So changes are important.
Furthermore, there is a new "nudging" feature. With an aim to lure away Microsoft Outlook users, the services will be soon offered to its 1.4 billion users. The new overhaul brings a modern and advanced set of features to the email platform. This is in line with the earlier leaks of what to expect from Gmail's new confidential mode, but it's still unsure about exactly how well this will work. Here's what you need to know.
GOOGLE HAS released arguably its biggest update to Gmail in its 14-year history. Hover over an email, and you get a new menu that lets you quickly deal with it.
That's why Google is taking steps to improve Gmail. The AI-infused technology for suggesting responses to emails, which originated in Inbox in 2015, is now available in Gmail's browser-based version as well as its mobile-app variants. You can open it directly from the inbox. You can also add two-factor authentication. On iOS, users have had to look to third-party clients instead. As usual, you'll be able to switch back and forth at first.
Gmail is also making it easier to take actions on messages. You can also make a message expire after a set period of time to help you stay in control of your information. You can add different tasks or things you need to get done by hitting the big blue "Add a new task" button. With the new update, Gmail will track which email subscriptions you regularly attend and which you throw it in the trash. Alongside regular features like archive and mark as read, users can now also snooze emails. The new Gmail comes with a slew of new features.
Google has finally decided that Tasks deserves a dedicated app on mobile.
For those times when you are busy and forgot to reply to something important, Gmail will now "nudge" you with reminders to follow-up and respond to messages that appear next to the emails in your inbox.
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Product manager lead for Gmail, Jacob Bank, described the changes as "an entire rewrite of our flagship, most-used product".
Google has also transformed Tasks which was a to-do list tool that has been hidden in Gmail since 2008. All you have to do is type the + sign and start typing until you see the contact information for the person you're looking for.
Despite all the helpful new bells and whistles, the new Gmail has some frustrating elements as well. People who use "confidential" option when sending an email can time-constrain its entrance to beneficiaries and furthermore require they enter a one-time password sent to their telephones to peruse it.
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Many of those features feel geared at business users. Confidential mode will send a link to the content, rather than the content itself. It's becoming a more obvious destination to keep track of your work. The blog post does say that nudging is an AI-powered feature, so it's possible that Gmail considers the importance of the sender or the timeliness of the message before it puts up the alert.