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Google to bring self-destructing emails in new Gmail

Google to bring self-destructing emails in new Gmail

However, there is one big concern surrounding the new feature which is - although Google does not allow printing, copying, or pasting of the email content there are no measures whatsoever to prevent the receiver from screenshotting the email.

Google has announced the launch of Google Go, a new app that will allow users to search and browse using less data. Gogge also outlined some other features (a few of which you may be familiar with as they are already in the Gmail app).

"Users come to us to experience the web and access accurate information quickly". Yes, there is a new Gmail design layout on the way.

Gmail's expiring emails will most likely be deleted from the recipient's inbox once expires.

With the upcoming changes, users will also able to mute their emails for a specified amount of time, like snoozing notifications on a smartphone to clear up the screen.




Your Gmail might start looking different, with a new design about to be unveiled by Google.

The email was meant to prepare employees tasked with managing companies' G Suite apps - Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Sheets, etc. - to answer questions about the redesign as it's rolled out to personal accounts, meaning we could expect it to look noticeably different. Furthermore, it will have much better integrations with Google's other services like a sidebar for appointments, Google Tasks, and more. The update is also expected introduce smart reply, and easy ways to access G-Suite apps from within Gmail.

According to The Verge, Google will finally bring features such as "snooze" and "smart reply" to Gmail's web client, which have been available on Google's alternative mail client- Inbox by Gmail.

Given what has been reported about the changes, it sounds like Google is again hoping to update its web look with elements from its mobile operating system, such as a search bar with rounded corners. This is perhaps the most useful part of the redesign that makes it easier to schedule meetings, or see when you're free when replying to an email.


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