Google | Apr 18, 2018 | Master3395
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The website The Verge has gained access to new Gmail that gets a never-so-called design overhaul. In the news media, you can see how the new design becomes.
Google has not said anything publicly about the upcoming design, but according to reports, G Suite Administrators have notified a future rollout that initially goes to users in the Early Access Program.
As you can see in The Verge's photos, Gmail gets a fresh, clean look in the browser. One of the news is that other Google apps like the calendar are better integrated into the email reader so you do not have to go back and forth between the two. This via the new high ridge that also shows Keep notes and to-do items.
The email editor is updated with the "Smart Reply" feature already available on the mobile app. «Smart Reply» works by scanning the user's emails and, based on that information, can create short, automated answers. Another email news is the ability to slumber new emails for a certain period of time. Then they will be gone to a time.
If you do not like the new design, you can choose from two other layouts - one of them is called "Compact" and, according to The Verge, is similar to the current design.
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Sources: The Verge