New Gmail launches for everyone in July

New Gmail launches for everyone in July

Admins can also give users the option to try the new Gmail at their own pace or - and this is the default setting - they can just wait another four weeks and then Google will automatically give users the option to opt in. Ultimately, around the 12-week mark after the general availability announcement, Gmail users will lose the option to revert to the old design.

Among other visual addition an additional, collapsable side-panel has been added to the right-hand screen of Gmail, integrating Google' G Suite apps in one handy taskbar. 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.

The newly designed Gmail has been an option for Gmail users for the past month but soon it will be the only choice. For G-Suite users (that's Gmail's business version), change to new Gmail at this point has to come at the organizational level. Presumably this change will also apply to Gmail users around the same timeframe. Meanwhile, those who have already transitioned to the new Gmail will no longer be able to opt out.

Catalonia government sworn in, ending Madrid's direct rule
Mr Sánchez is opposed to another independence referendum in Catalonia, but wants talks on the situation in the prosperous region. But they have very different targets, with Spain's Socialists, who had backed Rajoy's Catalonia policy, opposing independence.

Google's Waterloo team helped design some of the more noteworthy features of the new Gmail, including the client's new Confidential Mode.

Gmail will be getting a brand new update next month, as Google roll out a bunch of new features. However, the roadmap makes it apparent that Google doesn't want to waste time or split its user base.

Gmail spam mystery: Why have secure accounts started spamming themselves? . But by around October of this year, it's very likely that you will be forced to permanently use the new Gmail experience whether you like it or not. Here's how to use the Gmail improvements, which are ready now.

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