Screenshots Reveal Gmail's New Design

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Other new features include cosmetic changes to bring Gmail up-to-date with its current application design guidelines, which Google calls "Material Design", and new features from its Inbox mail client.

The fundamental layout remains unchanged with system and custom labels located at the very left of the screen. Both of those features are part of Google's Inbox app for Gmail.

Users can choose from three view setting - now "Display density" - for their inbox. Leaked screenshots reveal what's in store for browser users, including a number of new features that are now only available inside Google's mobile apps.

Google Go is available today in 26 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa through the Google Play Store for devices running Android v4.3 (Jelly Bean) and above, and will come pre-installed on all Android Oreo (Go edition) devices.

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.

The Verge has published some screenshots of the new Gmail design they have obtained, which is now under testing at Google.

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As presented by TechCrunch, a small lock icon appears in the compose window for an email which represents "Confidential Mode".

It's unclear whether this feature will only be available to Gmail users, or if people who use Gmail with non-Gmail accounts will also be able to send disappearing messages.

This isn't exactly a new feature per se as the folks at Android Police discovered the feature last month where in addition to identifying animal breeds, it seems that Google was also working on making it capable of identifying plants and flowers as well.

His colleague Charles Murito, Google country head for Kenya, added that "Someone in Turkana [in northern Kenya] shouldn't have any worse an experience than someone in NY just because they don't have as good a device or connection".

Smart replies, a carryover from Inbox, are being added to Gmail. It's traditionally been a to-do list that was built into your Gmail window, and it still will be that. Hopefully, these shortcut to archive, delete, and snooze are present in the final version.

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