Google introduces 'Confidential Mode' in its new Gmail design

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Additions may include a "snooze" feature and automatically generated "smart reply" suggestions already available in Google's mobile email apps, according to a report from Android Authority.

Search results are also cached on the device, enabling Internet users to quickly re-access previous searches, even when offline, without incurring further data costs.

Created to make browsing quicker and easier while using less data for mobile users, the new Google Go app is the "light" version of Google Search.

Not sure if you have been feeling the same but many recently have voiced against google mail or Gmail design, which is getting clumsier with so many features - necessarily or unnecessarily - added to the web version. Google is reportedly introducing a confidential mode that will prevent the recipient from downloading, printing, copying, pasting or forwarding the message you send them.

Get ready for a few changes to the screen millions of people wake up to: Google is contemplating a new design and new features for Gmail. As per some screenshots, users will be able to set an expiration date so that the sent email disappears or is unreadable after a week or several years depending on what they choose.

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A U.K. High Court judge did not agree and ruled Google had to erase search results pertaining to the man's prosecution and conviction for conspiracy to carry out surveilance, noting that he had expressed remorse for his actions, served his time, and that the record had little relevance to his current business dealings, The Telegraph reported.

We're working on some major updates to Gmail (they're still in draft phase).

As of now, it's unknown whether the feature is going to be compatible with non-Gmail users.

All of these new features including Gmail's new interface will be accessible for G Suite customers and personal Gmail account holders.

According to a screenshot shared by TechCrunch, Google said "In the coming weeks, we'll be announcing an Early Adopter Program (EAP) for a new experience in Gmail". Google wants to make computers better at hearing the voice that we want to hear and has developed a new deep learning audio-visual model for isolating single speech signal from a mixture of sounds.

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