You can revert to the old style the same way.
Google's desktop web-app isn't the only thing getting some attention and the firm will be bringing some new features aimed at reducing inbox clutter to Google's mobile apps. As the name implies, this feature allows you to snooze an email and get notified at a later time. Recipients who aren't Gmail users will receive a link to the Gmail Confidential web portal, where they can securely read the message-if it's not expired. You can download Google Tasks for Android right now. Printing and forwarding will be automatically disabled. New notifications are integrated to warn you about risky emails if they come through.
Gmail Update 2018: What are the new security features? Most of which sound pretty cool - and some of which might sound a little familiar. The changes include snoozing, hover actions and a brand new sidebar. Google is also releasing new Tasks mobile apps for Android and iOS for adding and editing tasks from your smartphone to manage in Calendar and Gmail.
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Working offline will also be a whole lot simpler. This essentially pre-populates basic replies that you can send with a click for less typing.
One of the prominent highlights of the new Gmail redesign is a feature called "Confidential Mode". When these features might roll out to regular Gmail users has yet to be revealed, but here's hoping that we'll have at least some of these features before summer is over. This feature allows the sender to determine how long a recipient will be able to read an email. The company will also be adding smart replies, where Google offers you intelligent touch-button responses to the web version of Gmail for the first time. You can also look into the attachments without opening up the email. If they want to revert back to the normal Gmail, they can do so by clicking on the cogwheel again and then tapping on "Go back to classic Gmail'". Let's take a look at the new features. Instead, it will be an invite opt-in, to begin with before being able to just flick the switch on.
Users of Google Docs have had access to a pretty decent offline mode for some time now via the installation of a browser extension, and it appears similar functionality is coming to Gmail (albeit seemingly without the need for a separate browser extension). Now stop faffing about on Giz, and go answer your emails.