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Gmail's gorgeous web redesign adds a bunch of new features
14 April 2018, 09:28 | Dale Webster
Gmail’s current design as viewed on the web
His colleague Charles Murito, Google country head for Kenya, added that "Someone in Turkana [in northern Kenya] shouldn't have any worse an experience than someone in NY just because they don't have as good a device or connection".
One thing shown that we weren't previously expecting is a new sidebar found on the far right. According to those reports, the app will feature a new design that streamlines access to certain features, like Inbox and SentMail. The default layout highlights photos and attachments, a comfortable view doesn't highlight attachments, and a compact view increases the amount of messages visible on a single page.
The Verge has published some screenshots of the new Gmail design they have obtained, which is now under testing at Google.
G Suite administrators, who manage the online Google domain, gave some details of the design to 9to5Google.
Just to make things even more official, Google also told Gizmodo directly that no one will be able to purchase the handsets from the company.
Given what has been reported about the changes, it sounds like Google is again hoping to update its web look with elements from its mobile operating system, such as a search bar with rounded corners. "We need a bit more time to compose ourselves, so can't share anything yet - archive this for now, and we'll let you know when it's time to hit send", shared the spokesperson. Smart replies suggested users with quick responses to messages so as to save time while you're occupied with something else.
So, if you send or receive messages to your Gmail inbox in "confidential mode", they will self-destruct (i.e. you can't copy, download or print them) upon the scheduled expiration date. We've been hearing about a Gmail redesign since previous year. The majority of the site will look the same, including the same layout and the same three information density settings Gmail users see today. As with all things, however, it seems they finally wore out their welcome and Google has decided that it was time to let them go.
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