Google to launch a redesigned version of Gmail

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It includes a fresh design, but not just a new UI. Where some of the Google services often get revamped in each one or couple of years, the void of revamps for Gmail is quite evident, which is considered by many as the fear of making the users unhappy about changing what they were used to with.

This could make it easier to schedule meetings and check availability while emailing people. The three options include a default view that highlights attachments, a comfortable view that does not highlight those attachments and a compact view that is nearly the same as the current Gmail design (for those who don't like change). However, some have speculated that if it doesn't happen in the next few weeks, the company may share more details about the redesign at Google I/O in May. Smart replies suggested users with quick responses to messages so as to save time while you're occupied with something else. According to those reports, the app will feature a new design that streamlines access to certain features, like Inbox and Sent Mail.

"Users come to us to experience the web and access accurate information quickly", said Mzamo Masito, Google Africa Chief Marketing Officer. This move comes as Google is set to retire its Gmail Offline Chrome app. Reportedly, Google delivered an email to G Suite administrators cautioning them about an upcoming advanced look for the Gmail.com soon.

The recipients of those confidential emails will simply receive a link to their Gmail account.

Sources say that popular Chrome extensions should continue to work in the new Gmail.

"We're working on some major updates to Gmail (they're still in draft phase)", a Google spokesperson told The Verge. A full Android TV device hasn't been released by Google in a while now, not since the Nexus Player and new levels of functionality have been developed since then that would be wonderful inside a streaming media dongle with 4K and HDR from Google. Yes, there is a new Gmail design layout on the way.

This implies that more sites will be able benefit from mobile search traffic, which will benefit site users.

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