The great Gmail redesign is scheduled to arrive for everyone next month, Google announced Monday. (Credit: iStock)
The great Gmail redesign is scheduled to arrive for everyone next month, Google announced Monday.
At this point you have the new Gmail, that Google first revealed in April, is an Early Adopter Program. If you are interested in checking it out for the month of July is the general availability to start, then go to Gmail on your computer, click Settings in the upper right corner, then select “Try the new Gmail.” If you change your mind, you can click Settings, then click on “Go back to the classic Gmail.”
“Approximately eight weeks after the GO announcement in July, all of the users that have not yet switched to the new Gmail will be automatically migrated to the new experience,” Google wrote in a blog post. “They have the option to opt-out of the new Gmail for an extra four weeks.”
Twelve weeks after the general availability of the rollout (so that at some point in October), Google will remove of the ” opt-out option. At that time, “all the users who have opted out of the new Gmail will be automatically migrated to the new experience, with no opportunity to opt-out,” the Web giant said. In the meantime it has already switched to the new Gmail is no longer able to opt-out.
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The new Gmail, perhaps the most particular features of the confidential mode, which lets you see an expiration date on your e-mail, so that it disappears after a certain amount of time and the receiver will see an “e-mail is expired” message instead.
The redesigned interface lets you hover over a message in your inbox, quickly archive, delete, mark as read, or snooze to delay it for a certain period of time. Artificial intelligence-powered “push” function can help you to manage your e-mail by suggesting that you respond to a message that is already sitting in your inbox for a few days. Plus, Google also strengthened by the Gmail offline functionality, allowing you to search, write, respond, delete, or archive up to 90 days of messages without an active connection.
For more, read 5 New Features of Gmail to view right Now.
This article originally appeared on PCMag.com.