5 ways Google is changing Gmail

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It's not largely useful for users of personal mail, but for businesses who rely on Gmail, this will be a useful feature.

In addition to the ability to send self-destructing emails with the new Gmail design, there are also a number of other features that allow you to exercise more control over how your Gmail message is handled. The one who won requested Google to remove news reports and other information about a crime he committed ten years ago for which he served six months in jail.

Google is said to be planning to roll out the new look of Gmail to G Suite and regular users over the coming weeks, though no specific date has been mentioned yet. The report describes that on the recipient's side, the person used the existing version of Gmail and received a link to view the confidential email. It's a simpler and cleaner layout to which most users should respond positively, yet it still features the same characteristic design elements for which Gmail is known.

While Google, Bing and other search engines can remove links from their search results, they cannot delete the news articles or web pages.

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The Gmail overhaul, apart from a complete redesign, will also pack a handful of modern features you usually find on third-party clients. In the compose window of Gmail, there is a small lock icon named "Confidential Mode", which states that the email recipient won't be able to forward email content, copy and paste, download or print the email.

The news comes after some outlets reported on leaks of a possible upcoming Gmail redesign. It seems that not only the design will change as Gmail is set to bring in a very important surprising new feature which was added by Google, and it was discovered shortly before the official release. These features will be an huge help to businesses that want more control over how emails are used by recipients.

There has been no official announcement regarding the launch of this feature to the users in their entirety. Google has not mentioned end-to-end encryption anywhere, which means the company is most likely to stick with non-encrypted emails.

It's not 100% certain these tools will make it into the final revamp, but it appears Google is getting them ready for prime time.

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