Gmail is undeniably one of the - if not the - most popular email services used by people around the world.
Last year, Google brought smart replies to Gmail's mobile apps, and it's now available on the web as well. Google said that the new experience is available for businesses to start using today in the G Suite Early Adopter Programme, and can be turned on in the admin console. Only over time will it become the default.
Some of these features are launching with the redesign today, others will start showing up over the coming weeks, so as with all things Google, be patient if you don't see everything straight away. Inbox by Gmail already has Smart Reply built in as well. This means that the person receiving the message would authenticate using a passcode via SMS before they are given access to the message.
It will also now be possible send emails in "confidential mode", which means their contents can not be forwarded, copied, downloaded or printed. "Confidential Mode" will, for starters, prevent recipients from sharing the email's content.
Anti-phishing enhancements. When Gmail thinks a message is suspicious, it will warn you via a enormous, billboard-like message that's impossible to ignore, rather than the more subtle alert it's used in the past.
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Confidential mode sets an expiry date for the sent email after which the receiver could not see it. Basically, Gmail will try to figure out whether an email you missed is important to you and remind you to follow up automatically sometime later. Or if you work in a regular office and there's birthday cake in the breakroom and you send out an announcement but then you remember you wanted to not send the message to the guy who always eats all the birthday cake. Also, if the sent mail is guessed to be sensitive by the sender, he can remove the option of forward, copy, download and print thus prohibiting the receiver to do any such tasks further. You can edit and even add new events right from the inbox. Through integrated rights management (IRM) Gmail also allows you to block the forwarding, copying or printing of particular messages.
Gmail's High-priority notifications feature can also recommend when to unsubscribe from mailing lists.
Gmail uses machine learning to help identify threats, and now flags them up much more clearly.
Smart replies on the web.
Yes, bizarrely, even though Gmail has included Tasks from the outset, this marks the first time it has had its own app. If you don't know Gmail, you know someone who does. Users can search, write, respond, delete, and archive up to 90 days worth of messages and work without interruption when Wi-Fi connectivity is unavailable.
A collapsing left-hand pane. Such messages show up at the top of your inbox.
We previously heard about Google's big Gmail redesign for the web. "You still compose in the top left".