An American tech giant, Google all set to launch a refurbished Gmail with a fresh look. The screen's color turned red whenever the users received a spam call. The update is rolling out to the mobile Web interface and the Google Search app on Android in the U.S. and India, both in Hindi and English languages. Gogge also outlined some other features (a few of which you may be familiar with as they are already in the Gmail app).
As of now, it's unknown whether the feature is going to be compatible with non-Gmail users.
The "More Results" button will appear for users across iOS and Android platforms using the Google app.
Overall the redesign looks clean and well refined. The Verge, meanwhile, said that the new look for Gmail was being tested within Google and trusted partners and that the redesign includes subtle elements of the company's Material Design language.
The sidebar, an optional tool, can show your calendar, notes from Google Keep or your tasks, depending on your preference.
Search results are also cached on the device so you can quickly re-access previous searches, even when you're offline, without incurring further data costs.
What is also unclear at this point is whether the feature will work with other email accounts or only for emails sent to other Gmail users.
This means that when you point your phone and Google Lens at either a cat or dog, it will be able to identify that breed for you along with more information if you're curious about that sort of thing. Features like easy access to G Suite apps such as Google Calendar from within the Gmail, smart reply, ability to snooze emails, and an option to choose when they reappear will be incorporated. Like ephemeral stories, these emails will be automatically cleared as soon as they're in the inbox for a specific time period. Smart replies suggested users with quick responses to messages so as to save time while you're occupied with something else.