This Is What The New Gmail Looks Like

This Is What The New Gmail Looks Like

This Is What The New Gmail Looks Like

It's unclear whether this feature will only be available to Gmail users, or if people who use Gmail with non-Gmail accounts will also be able to send disappearing messages.

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

Gmail is set to get a fresh new look.

Just as most smartphone cameras now allow users to focus on a single object among many, it may soon be possible to pick out individual voices in a crowd by suppressing all other sounds, thanks to a new Artificial Intelligence (AI) system developed by Google researchers. The pane is narrow, only wide enough to show one day's schedule, but it certainly seems useful.

- Search results are also cached on the device so you can quickly re-access previous searches‚ even when you're offline‚ without incurring further data costs. This will allow you to avoid email threads until you're ready to reply. Gogge also outlined some other features (a few of which you may be familiar with as they are already in the Gmail app).

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The redesign also adds icons to the left of the various sections of Gmail, listed on the lefthand side of the page. The Verge has obtained screenshots of the new Gmail design, now being tested inside Google and with trusted partners. Since 2006, Google has started offering a Java-based app of Gmail for mobile phones. When Google launched Inbox in 2014, it introduced a radical transformation that left many wondering where Gmail stood.

The revamp looks like it'll feature a new, clean design, smart replies, the ability to snooze emails and a new pane for the Calendar and Keep apps.

Christina Bonnington is a freelance contributor for the Daily Dot covering consumer gadgets, apps, and the trends shaping the technology industry. The company is rumored to be including three layouts, a sidebar to view your calendar or notes, smart replies with prewritten responses and a snooze button to mute email threads until you're written to answer them.

In any case, Google I/O is next month, so chances are we won't have to wait too long to see the new Gmail ourselves.

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