Recently, the team came up with an Early Adopter Program (EAP) for the new version of Gmail, chipping in new options like Gmail offline and nudging. Once those four weeks are up, G Suite users will no longer have the ability to switch back and forth between the new and old designs.
Users will have the option to opt out of using the new client for an additional four weeks.
In an announcement on Monday, Google confirmed that major changes to its popular electronic mail service, Gmail, will roll out in July.
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From there, gradually all G Suite users will be transitioned to the new Gmail across two phases.
However, now we see no reason why regular Gmail users would be excluded.
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A couple of months ago Google revealed that Gmail was going to be getting a huge makeover, and in late April, users finally started getting the option to try out that interface.
Admins can also let users opt in to the new Gmail when they want.
That transition'll be automatic, but the opt-out option will still be made available for another four weeks after that. It also integrated Calendar, Tasks, Keep, and Add-ons to enable use of these apps from within Gmail.
The upcoming Gmail updates are poised to bring enhanced security features, incorporate artificial intelligence and provide more convenient controls.
One of the features coming to the new version of Gmail includes a confidential mode that allows you to set an expiry date for an email that automatically deletes after a certain date.
Google's G Suite makeover is aimed at saving businesses email hours, opens and time spent on notifications.