Gmail to get an updated design[Updated]2 min read

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Gmail is a free email service provided by Google, there are more than 1.2 billion active users. Gmail first started on April 1, 2004, 14 years ago. Google made many changes to the service. But, now with their universally excepted Material Design Language, Gmail is bounded to have a redesign.

The Verge has an article and some photos showcasing new designs, they also confirmed that new Confidential Mode and self-destructing email is also in development. In Confidential Mode, the user will have control over how an email is viewed and will have a limited. It lets Gmail users stop recipients from forwarding certain emails, or restricts the ability to copy, download, or print them. A self-destructing email will have a limited lifespan, meaning it will self-destruct in given time. Other minor features like a quick reply to emails, the ability to snooze emails until later, and a new sidebar to place calendar appointments side by side with messages. With Google’s I/O developer conference starting May 8th, 2018 we might not just see first sight until then.


Google has now made this new User Interface available to users. To enable it to press Gear icon at the Top-Right side of the screen and press Try the New Gmail. Voila.

Are you active Gmail user? Share your thoughts about the redesign as a comment.
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