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Google to launch Gmail redesign in coming weeks

Google to launch Gmail redesign in coming weeks

You'll also be able to add a passcode to the email.

Google demonstrates its new AI model using a series of videos including one of two stand-up comedians talking loudly at the same time (which you can watch below), and its effectiveness is startling. That's right, Google is taking a page out of the "Mission Impossible" playbook with this feature, which should be helpful when sending sensitive or confidential information over email that could potentially end up in the wrong hands. The new mode will also allow senders to restrict the recipient from copying, downloading, or even printing the email. 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.

But while the leaked screenshots showed numerous big changes in Gmail, info about a new feature that lets users send self-destructing emails is only starting to trickle out now.

The email also says that the changes will also be appearing on the consumer version of the Gmail.

'We're working on some major updates to Gmail (they're still in draft phase)', a Google spokesperson told MailOnline.

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Earlier this week we delivered word of Google's forthcoming revamp of its Gmail web client, likely to officially debut at the I/O conference next month. In 2017, Gmail had 1.2 billion active worldwide users.

The search engine has been reluctant to delist links to previous convictions and crimes and argued that remorse and rehabilitation do not mean that your conviction can be erased. The revision states, "Our automated systems analyse your content (including emails) to provide you personally relevant product features, such as customised search results, tailored advertising, and spam and malware detection".

While doing a search on Google many times it happens that we do not get the things we need.

Given what has been reported about the changes, it sounds as if Google again hopes to update its web look with elements from its mobile operating system, such as a search bar with rounded corners.