Alphabet inc’s Google launched on April 25, its much anticipated Gmail redesigned with G-Suit Enhancement since 2013. Looks like Microsoft Outlook, with new improvements, this new Gmail has been released. Along with Gmail, Google has improved the services like the Message Sync feature across devices in the email storage database, in Devices. This feature will be done with the help of Google’s Tensor processing chip, which enables smart-assistant features such as “suggested replies” to messages and “nudges” to respond to forgotten emails. After sending mail, the ‘auto-delete’ feature will work.
Gmail’s product manager said, “This is a new & massive update of our most-used(1.4 billion people use each month) flagship product. However, Google has not told about the expenditure on this Redesigned but parent Alphabet reported Monday that first-quarter capital expenditures nearly tripled year-over-year to $7.3 billion (roughly Rs. 48,700 crores).
Security and smarts
The Google’s Bank says that through this feature, the user will get the offline email for 90 days. Those users who choose “Confidential” option when emailing can limit the number of recipients. In addition, OTP is also sent to the phone.
The new setting does not override corporate email retention policies or present new obstacles to law enforcement. Google’s calendar, task and note services will be provided on the Gmail site, which will be available to users on the same page as emails. Recipients can also be blocked from being able to forward, download or print an email.
- New Look
- Confidential mode
- Nudging Feature
- Email Snoozing
- Attachment chips
- Two-factor authentication
- Smart replies
- Security Redesigned
- High Priority Notifications
How to Get the New Gmail Right Now
You can start using these new Gmail Updates right now on the web. Users will be invited to opt-in new features from today, but most can also opt-in by going to ‘Settings’ and selecting ‘Try the new Gmail’. Some features will be added in the coming weeks. If you want to go back to the old Gmail window then you can switch to Go back to classic Gmail.
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