New Gmail interface to roll out to everyone in July

Posted June 07, 2018

However, if you are a G Suite user - typically people who have paid account through their work or organisation - you can try the new version much sooner by signing up to Google's early adopter programme. The company plans to make the new Gmail look available to all of its users in July, followed by a mandatory transition this fall.

The newly redesigned Gmail is coming to all users by July, though some are free to opt out for a limited amount of time.

The option to opt out will still be available for another month but by October, the option will disappear and G Suite accounts will be required to use the new design.

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Google has set July as the for general availability (GA) of the overhauled email service.

Allow their users to opt in to the new Gmail at the time of their choice.

Today, Google posted its schedule for rolling out the redesigned Gmail experience to G Suite users. Google revealed that users will initially get the option to opt-in to the change or stick with the old (current) appearance.

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Gmail has also added a "confidential mode", which lets users protect sensitive content in emails by creating expiration dates or revoking previously-sent messages. This essentially means that 12 weeks after the GA announcement, all Gmail users will utilise the new Gmail. The last option will be the default setting.

Also, It's now the only version of Gmail that supports a feature called Smart Compose, which finishes sentences with the aid of machine learning and artificial intelligence.

That transition'll be automatic, but the opt-out option will still be made available for another four weeks after that.

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Google's G Suite makeover is aimed at saving businesses email hours, opens and time spent on notifications.