Google Launches New Gmail Design Soon

Google Gmail update 2018

Google Gmail update 2018

Google is set to overhaul the design of Gmail in next couple of weeks and now details of a few new features, including self destructing emails, have leaked online.

There's now no word on a final release date for the new Gmail, however, a message to early access testers hints at a launch date in the coming weeks.

According to technology blog The Verge, the new feature allows Gmail users to control what happens to their message after it is sent.

For those of us who can't deal with the onslaught of messages in our inbox but really need to do not forget to reply to a certain message, Google will be offering some help in the form of a snooze button.

The California-based company could also showcase updates to Google Chrome, Google Photos, Android Wear, Google Home, and more. Many Windows 10 users rely on Gmail for sending and receiving emails and we're sure you'll really like the following improvements.

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Google has announced previous year that they are finally upgrading the files attachment feature for their email service which allows the users to send and receive messages with attachments up to 50MB size. Google uses machine learning to tune Smart Reply's suggestions to your writing style, so the more you use it, the more useful it gets.

TechCrunch first confirmed the feature, including screenshots that reveal how it will work. When you click on the icon, a message appears, saying "Options to forward, download or copy this email's contents and attachments will be disabled".

The other feature Google looks set to bring over of Inbox is the snooze option, which can temporarily hide an email from your Inbox until the time you are ready to deal with it.

The improved design, which will be the biggest redesign of Gmail in nearly a decade, will feature a handy snooze feature, that allows you to put off dealing with annoying emails, an offline mode and Google's brilliant Smart Reply feature. Not to mention if users OR senders are utilising POP3/IMAP/SMTP to access their inbox. Notably, it looks like recipients of the confidential email will have to log into their Google accounts once again to read the email.

A sidebar for Google's apps - The new Gmail lets you open up a sidebar that can show Google's Calendar, note-taking app keep, or to-do list app Task.

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