Gmail's major redesign will be available to all in July

Alfred Osborne
June 7, 2018

The redesigned Gmail will launch into "general availability" and become available to all G Suite users next month, the company confirms.

Gmail has also added a "confidential mode", which lets users protect sensitive content in emails by creating expiration dates or revoking previously-sent messages. However, here the only catch is that the organization subscribed to by the user has to participate in the EAP, or these additional settings will be OFF by default in the new Gmail. But 12 weeks after the July GA rollout, Gmail users will have to accept new Gmail as their email lord and savior.

Google also revealed a timeline of when the new update will be available to users and how long you have left using the current version.

This comes after Google in April released a redesign for Gmail. At that time, "any users who've opted out of the new Gmail will be automatically migrated to the new experience, with no option to opt out", the Web giant said.

It just seems that choice is, update or stop using Gmail. We expect the new Gmail layout to be available to everyone starting July.

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Google plans to provide further transitions in details in July but is encouraging admins to start testing it with users now.

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The Gmail update will remain optional until September, when everyone who hasn't already made the switch will be automatically moved over to the new Gmail by Google.

There is also a new feature that allows you preview attachments without having to fully open them and the addition of a new taskbar will integrate with Google Calendar, Google Keep and Google Tasks allowing you to keep notes of appointments and tasks.

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