Gmail promises to show a new "radical" upgrade

Gmail promises to show a new

Gmail promises to show a new "radical" upgrade

A Gmail update for the web has been long awaited since the web client hasn't changed in many years, thus we can expect the web UI to look something like Google's material design on smartphones.

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Recently Google sent out to administrators Suite G message about the upcoming redesign of the web version of its Gmail. The planned features will allegedly make the app a lot smarter. But you won't have to wait to discover the new design - thanks to exclusive screenshots obtained by The Verge.

Aside from appearance, Google is implementing smart replies for Gmail on the web. The new features aim at improving e-mail privacy by limiting a message's access to the recipient for a specific period of time.

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According to Google Africa's CMO, Mzamo Masito, Google Go is created to address the issue of too much data consumption while growing the web, and also provide a seamless experience irrespective of the device or network the user uses. If you liked it on your phone, chances are you will like it on your desktop. The new Gmail will also reportedly look more like the Gmail mobile app. And as a recipient, you'll have a clear idea of when these messages will "self-destruct". In essence, this will allow you to see when you're free while replying to an email about a meeting request.

It's unclear exactly when this new version will launch, but we have heard that Google will be letting users in through a beta channel in the coming months.

You can also choose from three different types of inbox layouts including the Default View, Comfortable View, and Compact View. This means, like Google Inbox, there will be a "snooze" feature on Gmail after the new design has been rolled out. The company is set to host its annual developers conference May 8; Google often unveils new software and services at that conference.

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