Leaked Screenshots Reveal Upcoming Gmail Redesign

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Recently Google sent out to administrators Suite G message about the upcoming redesign of the web version of its Gmail.

TechCrunch, who received the information from a tipster with early access, points out this could be a ploy to get more Gmail users' phone numbers.

The method works on ordinary videos with a single audio track, and all that is required from the user is to select the face of the person in the video they want to hear, or to have such a person be selected algorithmically based on context.

Gmail's big update on the web won't just be a visual and productivity treat, it'll also apparently be a more secure one courtesy of a new Confidential Mode. A compact view will look similar to the current version of Gmail but with less vertical whitespace; a default view highlights attachments such as images or documents; and a comfortable view doesn't highlight attachments.

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Google is set to host its annual developers conference on May 8 which is when it often unveils new software and services. Probably you must know at least one or two of their tips, but in case you're new to the pet world or to Google Photos, it's good to know these things. This time you are going to have the "snooze" feature that allows you to discard an email from the inbox for a certain amount of the time. You can just tap this calendar panel, check the date, and reply back to the email. The search bar widget can also be added to the user's home screen to for fast and easy access to what is now trending. The Verge, meanwhile, said that the new look for Gmail was being tested within Google and trusted partners and that the redesign includes subtle elements of the company's Material Design language. Furthermore, it will feature a right-side column in which users can load apps like Google Calendar, Tasks and Keep.

Google has stated that the new Gmail design may be rolling out in a few weeks.

In a statement to The Verge, Google confirmed the news. "Unfortunately users can't always decide on the type of device they have or the kind of connection they are on‚" commented Google Africa chief marketing officer‚ Mzamo Masito. Vertical panoramas are quite uncommon on smartphones, considering the fact that Google has chose to label them is a bit odd, however, we will keep you posted with further updates related Google Photos at Google I/O 2018, so stay tuned with us.

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