Gmail promises to show a new "radical" upgrade

Gmail promises to show a new

The company says the update will feature a "fresh, clean look" and give users access to several new features, like Smart Reply, the ability to snooze emails, and offline support.

The email was meant to prepare employees tasked with managing companies' G Suite apps - Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Sheets, etc. - to answer questions about the redesign as it's rolled out to personal accounts, meaning we could expect it to look noticeably different. Reportedly, the new codes that have been added by the company to its Photos app indicate that the updated version may allow users to archive their photos according to different categories like business cards, menus, newspapers, passports, and receipts.

I don't know about you, but I find this to be pretty exciting news.

Yes, but not in the way you think.

With the redesign, it's not clear whether Inbox will have much of a reason to stick around, but given the majority of Gmail users use the standard Web interface, it's probably a change for the better. It further states that the recipient won't be able to forward, download or copy the email's contents, and attachments will be disabled. Obviously, this new function will be appreciated by a particular group of businesses and users. In addition to that, it will also let you secure emails by enabling password protection which will be automatically generated through SMS.

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According to TechCrunch, users can configure the expiration date to have their emails disappear after 1 week, 1 month, multiple years, etc. "You can also ask your recipient to confirm their identity with a passcode sent via text message".

When exactly will emails self-destruct?

Researchers at Google have been working on isolating sources of audio like speech in videos, they've made great progress at it, judging by some of the results they've posted.

It's been a while since we've seen a big update from Gmail, Google's trusty cloud-based email provider. Google has meanwhile kept mum about the new features, requesting for a bit more time to compose themselves before they share anything.

So, no flames. No need to panic.

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