If you look at the visual changes Google made to Calendar on the web, it's easy to guess at some of the changes coming to Gmail.
That last feature has been available via the Gmail Offline app, but since native offline support will be added in June, Google will at that time deprecate the app. Google does add a word of caution that some extensions may not work, but the vast majority of should function without issue. 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. Snooze lets you temporarily hide an email and have an email reappear either hours or days later. He described it as a hybrid of Gmail and Inbox.
The "new Gmail experience" is referred to as a "new design for the Gmail web interface" in the email received by administrators. The left-side column was more like inbox.google.com and the right side was an enlarged version of Gmail. 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.
Google also notes that the update might break some popular browser add-ons for Gmail, such as Clearbit, Streak, etc.
If you use Gmail on your iPhone or Android phone, you may already be using smart replies. As such, folks are advised to test their Chrome extensions before broadly enabling the updated Gmail. According to Engadget, Google sent out an email to G Suite Administrators, the people who manage and control corporate or group email accounts running on Google's webmail platform.
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