Unlike the Tasks function in the old Gmail interface, the new interface makes Tasks available at all times. On Wednesday, Google rolled out the new version of Gmail for web users with a host of new features, including a confidential mode, high priority notification and snooze option. The new interface has a refreshed design and features such as snoozing emails, confidential mode, smart replies and several others. The "Add a new task" button is nice and big and easy to access.
In a blog post, Google said: "Email is a necessity for most of us". This places more emphasis on the need for valuable and engaging email content, that consumers want to interact with regularly. Personal Gmail users can opt in by selecting "try the new Gmail" under Settings. Upon sending an email, one can now choose for how long it will be available. You can download the free Google Tasks app from the Google Play store or from Apple's App Store. It should be noted, however, that it is possible to screenshot an email and then forward the screenshot.
With Gmail, Google said it restructured email storage databases, unified three-dueling-systems for syncing-messages across devices and upgraded-computers underpinning the service.
Smart Replies are awesome on mobile, and they're coming to the web. This AI will write a response for you and the more you use it, the more it learns how you typically reply to make such replies smarter.
Gmail will now tell you to follow up and respond to messages that you've been putting off. In February, Area 120, the experimental team inside Google, announced plans to bring its contextual replies to other chat-based platforms like Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp. Also, the attachments in an email will now show below the email, on the lines of Google's Inbox app, letting users see the attachments in an email without even opening them.
As part of the new Gmail, Google has added more security features to protect you against phishing. If, like me, you make liberal use of the archive and trash tools and try to keep a clean inbox, you'll get the most information at a glance from the default view.
Previously, Gmail would put a small warning on an email it thought was a phishing attempt.
Ball brothers leave Vytautas due to injuries
Seskus was referring to the Balls' reality show, " Ball in the Family ", which streams on Facebook. Ball has not revealed what his next step will be with regard to his sons.
This expansion describes automated programmes that can, among other things, identify spam and predict which emails users would find most important. All users have to do is hover their mouse cursor onto an email.
Gmail's redesign gives you new ways to organize your inbox.
Just dragging an email from Gmail into Tasks creates a new to-do item, and once a due date's added it'll appear in Calendar.
But perhaps the most exciting feature of the new Gmail that everyone has intrigued would be the self-destruction of emails.
From the main Gmail screen, click the gear icon in the upper right corner.