New Gmail has Started Rolling Out
Google last week announced that the new version of Gmail will launch into general availability and become available to all G-Suite users next month. The exact date remains up in the air but some users have started experiencing it.
The new Gmail offers features like message snoozing, attachment previews, a sidebar for both Google apps like Calendar and third-party services, confidential messages that self-destruct after a set time and more.
It’s also the only edition of Gmail that currently allows you to try out Smart Compose, which tries to complete your sentences for you.
The redesigned interface lets you hover over a message in your inbox to quickly archive, delete, mark it as read, or snooze it for a set amount of time.
An artificial intelligence-powered “nudging” feature can help you manage your email by suggesting you respond to a message that’s been sitting in your inbox for a few days.
Google also provides a Gmail’s offline capabilities, letting you search, write, respond, delete, or archive up to 90 days of messages without an active connection.