The new design won't be any mere cosmetic exercise but will sport new functional features, which include Smart Reply (like the one on the mobile), an email snoozing feature where you can choose when the email reappears again and offline support. It will also allow you to access other G Suite apps, such as Calendar, directly from your inbox instead of maintaining six browser tabs for those various components.
- When there's no internet access‚ Google Go retries failed search requests in the background and lets you know as soon as the results are ready.
Word spread this week that Google is working on a new version of Gmail for the web.
The redesigned Gmail for web users will be available in the coming weeks. The new mode will also allow senders to restrict the recipient from copying, downloading, or even printing the email. Users will be able to select a date when the email will expire, after which the receiver will no longer be able to see the email.
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Google has kept in mind all of its users and developed the Confidential Mode in a backward compatible way, which means that users of the earlier version of Gmail will also be able to receive the messages in Confidential Mode via a link. The message hints at a fresh, clean look for Gmail on the web. The feature could be called "confidential mode".
"Google Go offers an easy way for users to specify an additional language for search and switch easily between English and Kiswahili", said Mr Murito.
There are a number of ways the technology could be used, and perhaps to allay the public's likely (and probably founded) concerns about privacy, Google has led with the rather dry example of speech recognition for automatic video captioning.
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. 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.