Enjoy The New Gmail Soon: Google To Launch New Gmail Design

  • Enjoy The New Gmail Soon: Google To Launch New Gmail Design

Enjoy The New Gmail Soon: Google To Launch New Gmail Design

Alongside the "self-destructing" feature Google will also allow the users to establish two-factor authentications by adding a passcode which will be generated by Google for private messages. It is speculated that this new feature is closely going to follow the update in Gmail's interface.

Taking note of the user sentiments, Google has finally chose to declutter it's designed and launch new, much cleaner, clearer design in a coming week. This will likely make Gmail easier to load and use, and will also bring new features to the popular open email platform. According to the report, copy and paste and printing are not allowed in this mode.

Google is also reportedly moving the existing stand-alone app, Gmail Offline, to a web-based variant.

Beyond that, judging by screenshots sent to TechCrunch, Gmail users will be able to choose when the email expires and disappears into the ether.

But while the leaked screenshots showed numerous big changes in Gmail, info about a new feature that lets users send self-destructing emails is only starting to trickle out now. In addition, the sender is given the option to set an expiration time/date for the email ranging from hours to years.

We're working on some major updates to Gmail (they're still in draft phase).

TechCrunch, who received the information from a tipster with early access, points out this could be a ploy to get more Gmail users' phone numbers. "We need a bit more time to compose ourselves, so can't share anything yet-archive this for now, and we'll let you know when it's time to hit send", the company teased. Though the tech giant has addressed a communication in this regard to the G Suite administration, The Verge reports that the the new look and feel of Gmail will be made available to personal Gmail account holders as well.

A U.K. High Court judge did not agree and ruled Google had to erase search results pertaining to the man's prosecution and conviction for conspiracy to carry out surveilance, noting that he had expressed remorse for his actions, served his time, and that the record had little relevance to his current business dealings, The Telegraph reported.