Published: Thu, April 12, 2018
Sci-tech | By Carrie Guzman

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

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

The new UI and features will be rolling out over the "coming weeks", but Google didn't include any screenshots that show what we can expect to see. Gmail will also get Smart Reply, which uses an algorithm to generate email replies. The email is a pre-brief for those administrators before new changes roll out to G Suite users, and you know that if the changes warrant notifying administrators in advance, they're going to be big.

Essentially, it appears as if the new Gmail design will be a combination of two of their popular interfaces - combining the best of stock Gmail with their trendy new Inbox service.

Google has reportedly been tinkering with its Gmail design.

Google has begun sending an email out to G Suite administrators alerting them that a redesign of Gmail is on the horizon.

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According to Bhutani, "It was a hybrid of Gmail and Inbox..." Google is also adding the ability to snooze emails and will be native offline support.

Are you looking forward to this update? These replies can be curt, but are useful when you are in a rush and do not have time to type out a longer email. Google did confirm to The Verge that a redesign is indeed on the way, but said that it'll be a little while longer before it'll be ready to share more.

Offline support is also in the works, the message states, although it'll arrive "shortly" after the EAP announcement (by June 2018, we're told).

Speaking of Chrome apps, Google warned that Chrome extensions are not guaranteed to work with the updated Gmail. The redesign will launch first in G Suite's Early Adopter Program, eventually becoming available to those with a personal Gmail account as well.

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