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Gmail Brings Confidential Emails to Mobile

Gmail Brings Confidential Emails to Mobile

(Users can choose from expiration options such as one week, one month, etc.) The confidential message's recipients will have the options to forward, copy, and print it, along with download disabled. Notably, Google added a lot of features to the new Gmail some of which included Snooze, smart reply and many more.

In case you want to turn on the Confidential Mode to try it out, here are the steps that you will need to follow. Tap on that and you'll be given options to set a passcode for the email, an expiration date, and more.




Implementing confidential mode is a fairly easy process that's similar across both Android and iOS. This is done by going into your Sent folder, opening the email in question, and tapping the "Remove Access" button that appears at the bottom. At least, it'll be a valuable tool for the business world once Google launches the feature for G Suite, which hasn't happened yet.

This way you will be able to configure your email to the Confidential Mode. The Gmail account on Twitter announced the arrival of the feature that lets you put a self-destruct timer of conversations to “protect sensitive information from unauthorized access.”. Gmail introduced the Confidential Mode for its users to facilitate communications involving sensitive information over mail, a feature in high demand given the current concerns regarding data security. Confidential mode is rolling out to mobile devices today, so be sure to keep an eye out for it.