Again, this feature will make use of artificial intelligence to only notify you of emails that you actually need to look at right now. This encourages the professionals and business people to get along with their regular tasks organised in a simple way manually and easy to manage. A clean look for Gmail on the web, with features like Smart Reply, the ability to snooze emails, and offline support and many more are introduced in the lastest interface of Gmail.
There are also updates for the Gmail mobile apps, including high priority notifications to help you to focus on what needs to be dealt with first.
As we spotted in Google Play services on Monday, this menu makes use of an oval-shaped indicator to highlight what list you are now on. Instead, what makes the app worthwhile is its integration with the other Google services you use, like Gmail and Calendar.
Generally, the design aims to be less cluttered with side panel that provide access to Google's other apps such as Calendar.
Google announced an update of its Gmail service with a range of new features, including help at managing replies, spam and confidential messages. Google says that 10% of email replies on mobile are crafted using smart reply, so the feature has definitely found some use among Gmail adherents. With this redesign, Google has added meaningful new capabilities to Gmail and modernised its appearance in one shot.
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We knew a significant Gmail redesign was in the works, and that it was only a matter of time until Google made it available to Gmail users.
Gmail will now also detect if you are receiving promotional content repeatedly from particular handles and then adds a card to quickly unsubscribe to such emails. Sundar Pichai's tech firm unveiled a raft of changes and improvements to its online email service that now has over 1.4 billion active users. This specific feature has been brought over from the Inbox for Gmail app. IRM allows you to block the option to forward, copy, download or print messages. It's unlikely to be completely fail-safe (so maybe don't start sending everyone your deepest secrets just yet), but it should hopefully prevent people from accidentally forwarding confidential information.
Overall, this is undoubtedly one of the biggest overhauls Google has meted out to Gmail and it should see a number of Microsoft's clients move to Google. As for the iOS and Andriod apps, they are still waiting for the updates with the new features.
A new version of G-Mail will roll out within the next few days.