Google To Rollout Gmail Redesign For Web Users In The Coming Weeks

Google To Rollout Gmail Redesign For Web Users In The Coming Weeks

Google recently gave Calendar on the desktop a fresh coat of paint, and looks to do the same for Gmail in the coming weeks, reported TechCrunch.

Some changes could be coming to Gmail. As spotted by Techcrunch and The Verge, the new version of Gmail is expected to implement a "a fresh clean look for Gmail on the web" as well as several interesting new features.

The ability to snooze emails is nice, which will let users pick and choose which messages appear in their inbox at a later date.

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The current incarnation of Gmail features separates your inbox into different categories, such as Social and Promotions. We'll have to wait for an official announcement before we get a closer look at what the service looks like visually, but with the knowledge that some of the Inbox aesthetic is being introduced into Gmail, we're certainly pretty excited about the possibilities.

The search giant promised to share more information about the new design on the G Suite Updates blog and The Keyword once the EAP opens. They're good for hammering out short replies to a ton of emails, but the utility of not having to type a short email is lessened when you're doing it on a real computer with a real keyboard. The official Gmail Offline Chrome app already allowed Gmail to work without an internet connection, but starting June 2018, Gmail will natively support the feature. This setting will replace the Gmail Offline Chrome app, with that shutdown communicated in future updates. The redesign will launch first in G Suite's Early Adopter Program, eventually becoming available to those with a personal Gmail account as well.