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

Todd Singleton
April 15, 2018

According to those who have tested GMail's Confidential Mode, it will allow you to block the ability to resend, copy, download, or print emails sent by users and marked with a special option, which can prove to be extremely useful.

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.

There isn't much to ponder about the Gmail web design as Google hasn't revealed much yet. It seems that not only the design will change as Gmail is set to bring in a very important surprising new feature which was added by Google, and it was discovered shortly before the official release. The caveat here is that such email won't be forwardable. 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.

Gmail users can also make recipients type in a passcode to open emails.

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. Now, another report claims that Google is working on a new addition that will include self-destructing email features. 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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It's main shooter is supposedly a 13 MP one and the selfie camera is an 8 MP one, still with a LED flash for selfies in the dark. On the hardware side, the handset will feature an octa-core Snapdragon 450 chipset, 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage.

New Gmail design revealed
Considering Keep can already pull double duty as a barebones to-do list, I'm hoping Google has some new features in tow. Another feature to look forward to is smart replies which found its way to Google's Inbox and Allow last summer.

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Expect Apple to reveal more details about the next version of macOS during this June's Worldwide Developers Conference. It will also support universal apps or apps that will work across Mac and iOS devices, according to MacRumors .

Besides, we now find out a new surprise feature integrated by Google.

The new version of Gmail will also show a lock icon which would be placed in the compose box in order to activate the Confidential Mode.

The features are nearly similar to some of the features found in Microsoft's full Outlook application as Microsoft is also adding the ability to restrict emails on its Outlook.com service.

Gmail users will be able to opt into the new "Gmail experience" via Google's Early Adopter Program (EAP).

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