Your Gmail is about to change forever – here’s what could happen
Your Gmail accounts will soon be a little different as the company finally rolls out the long-awaited change to all users.
In an effort to provide users with a more complete Google Workspace experience, the updated Gmail will now not only offer email service, but TV affair and chat options, all in a single location.
Users won’t have to do anything to activate the new Gmail interface, which will be updated by default over the next few days to users around the world to help modernize the platform.
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in one Updated post about Google Workspace (opens in a new tab)The company has confirmed that the new interface “will become the standard experience for Gmail, with no option to revert to the original UI”.
News of innovation published for the first time in February 2022, as part of a move to bring Google Workspace services like Chat and Meet are closer to Gmail.
Most Gmail users were able to try out the new interface service in November 2022, but retain the option to revert to “original view” at any time.
From today, this will no longer be possiblefixed users with the new design – although Google notes that users can change Gmail themes, inbox types, and more via the quick settings menu.
This change seems quite drastic for some Gmail users, who will still see emails displayed front and center, but has moved significantly to the right side of the screen to make room for a new sidebar on the left side contains quick links to Chats, Spaces, and Meetups, changing your email folder and label options a bit.
In addition to links that are more integrated with Meet and Chat, users will also see a new right sidebar with shortcuts to other Google services like Calendar, Tasks, and Keep, without having to open additional tabs or windows. book.
The company adds that you’ll also see all your notifications in one place, with bubbles that flag when you have a new message or conversation to interact with.
This feature will be available to all Google Workspace user accounts (except Google Workspace Essentials customers) as well as G Suite Basic and Business customers.