Published: Sat, April 14, 2018
Sci-tech | By Brandy Patterson

Gmail is getting a new look - take a peek

Gmail is getting a new look - take a peek

A major change to the forthcoming version of Gmail would be the addition of a new sidebar.

Google has announced the launch of Google Go, a brand new app which will allows users to search and browse the web, while incurring less data charges.

However, all the filtered calls will show up in call history if you are interested in checking them out, and, the voicemails left by others for you will be shown in their respective tab.

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Walking on the line of other applications like Snapchat, Line and Signal, Gmail is also devising a feature which will let users draft self-destructing emails.

As of now, it's unknown whether the feature is going to be compatible with non-Gmail users. However, some have speculated that if it doesn't happen in the next few weeks, the company may share more details about the redesign at Google I/O in May.

What the new Gmail design may look like. The update is also expected introduce smart reply, and easy ways to access G-Suite apps from within Gmail. 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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Another notable change will be the introduction of a "snooze" feature, which will allow users to set incoming emails to reappear at a later time. This makes it easy to avoid the distraction of an email thread until you're ready to reply.

Google has said that it will make the new features available to G Suite and Gmail users "in the coming weeks". Despite already having add-ons from third-party services, the redesign will soon feature an add-on that integrates the following: Google Tasks, Google Calendar, and Google Keep. Also, the new redesigned Gmail might be just around the corner, presently the redesigned Gmail has been seen on the Early Adopters Program.

These include a native offline mode, Smart Reply on the web version of Gmail, and direct access to apps like Google Calendar from within Gmail.

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