ibusinesslines.com
ibusinesslines.com May 23, 2018


Gmail to Bring Self-Destructing Email Feature to the Platform

14 April 2018, 11:17 | Justin Tyler

Vandana Potdar with other internet saathis. Rupali Pangtey Tech2

Vandana Potdar with other internet saathis. Rupali Pangtey  Tech2

G Suite customers and the regular Gmail accounts may receive the updates and some of the compatibility aspects checked out and then the rollout may happen. The user will also be able to set password requirement, where the recipient has to confirm their identity via a code/OTP sent to the recipient as a text message to access the email.

The company said: "We're working on some major updates to Gmail (they're still in draft phase)".

It is believed that Google is working on a lock icon to activate the mode that will be introduced with the new design of the Gmail.

In other news, Google will also be launching a new, more simplified design for its Gmail interface soon.

Google has unveiled a new, lightweight search app aimed at emerging markets. Calendar information has been also brought up straight within Gmail, which works fantastic for scheduling dates, meetings.


Some plugins also are available for the "Gmail Add-ons" feature that was unveiled in past October. Users will be able to choose from three different layouts in the future: Compact, Default and Comfortable. "Now additional listings load below the ones already being viewed, rather than the old "Next" button that would load an entirely new page", Google's Danny Sullivan tweeted via @SearchLiaison late on Wednesday. New design and features will be added in this update along with the ability to reply fast to emails, to snooze emails until later, and a new sidebar to place calendar appointments side by side with messages.

The report says some people who pay for Google's suite of services, called GSuite, received messages asking if they wanted to participate in a program to preview upcoming changes - including a Gmail redesign.

Access to plugins, tools such as Google keep and Gmail tasks.

Earlier this week we delivered word of Google's forthcoming revamp of its Gmail web client, likely to officially debut at the I/O conference next month.



Other News

Trending Now

Russia: Britain staged fake chemical attack in Syria
The war of words between the USA and Russian Federation over Syria's use of chemical weapons against its own people has escalated. US allies have offered strong words of support for Washington but no clear military plans have yet emerged.

United Nations envoy says no decision yet on Syria
The USS Donald Cook , a Navy destroyer, left a port in Larnaca, Cyprus on Monday . Iran has also been supportive of the Assad regime.

Indian trailblazer Kom wins Commonwealth boxing gold at last
Australia will attempt to win its sixth consecutive gold in men's field hockey when it plays New Zealand on Saturday evening. Nigeria's Suwaibidu Galadima on Friday won gold in the men's T47 100m at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games .

Big Match Focus: Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City
For him he needs a strong opposition to give his best. 'You need to assess if we are achieving or not or we are on a good level. I expect goals, but I think this will be open and entertaining, and can't entirely decide who will get the better of this one.

Kyle Larson, David Ragan Fastest in Saturday Practices at Bristol
Could this be the day he breaks through and wins a non-restrictor plate race? "And then we finally got back on track last August". Ricky Stenhouse Jr . has run well at Bristol and starts fourth.

Thousands Of Mourners Bid Winnie Mandela Farewell
The UN deputy chief said the late activist kept the anti-apartheid movement going while so many men were imprisoned or exiled. Mandela had not only on the people of South Africa and on the African continent, but for millions around the world.

United Nations chief warns against escalation over Syria
Turkish Foreign Ministry in a statement welcomed the strikes as an appropriate response to the suspected chemical attack. United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says "the Cold War is back with a vengeance but with a difference".