Google is reportedly working on an all-new design and feature set for the web version of its email service Gmail. A compact view will look similar to the current version of Gmail but with less vertical whitespace; a default view highlights attachments such as images or documents; and a comfortable view doesn't highlight attachments.
While, snoozing emails lets the user temporarily remove an email from their inbox and have it reappear later, like at a set time or when they arrive at a specific destination. This will thus help sort out the emails that lay the utmost importance for a given point of time.
We didn't overlook the part where emails self-destruct in the Gmail redesign, don't worry.
Beyond that, judging by screenshots sent to TechCrunch, Gmail users will be able to choose when the email expires and disappears into the ether.
In a statement cited by the Post, Google acknowledged a "major" Gmail redo is in the works, but the company says it's only in "draft phase". If you ever check your Gmail on your phone, the changes won't seem that alien to you.
According to a screenshot shared by TechCrunch, Google said "In the coming weeks, we'll be announcing an Early Adopter Program (EAP) for a new experience in Gmail". On top of that, the company will also be adding several neat features to Gmail. 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. 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.
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The new Gmail features include smart reply, offline support, and a "snooze emails" option, according to the report.