Google has also added a Confidential mode in Gmail, which allows users to block forwarding, copying, downloading or printing of emails by the person receiving them. Here's a look at them and how you can get the new Gmail right now. There's snooze, allowing you to swat an email away for a few hours to deal with it when you're less busy - the alternative before was to mark it a read and just assume you'd remember, which in this overwhelmingly busy, non-stop, Jesus-Christ-can-everyone-just-leave-me-ALONE world, isn't ever guaranteed. You can enable the confidential mode in each email by clicking the lock with a timer on it to the right of the send button in an email.
Google Tasks is a "to do" manager that will keep you and your tasks closely synced with Gmail and G Suite users, enabling you to stay on top of your projects.
This huge upgrade not only brings a less cluttered look to the popular email service but also a swathe of new and very useful features. You can use Tasks to create tasks and subtasks or add due dates with notifications. Gmail will alert users about such emails so users won't miss out on anything important from a colleague or a client. They should now appear bigger and bolder, give a clear call to action, and better inform you when potentially risky email arrives in your inbox.
All of us receive unwanted newsletters that you didn't sign up for, which can be quite annoying.
It can be tough to unsubscribe to emails. This can help users reduce clutter from their inbox. The new inline delete button lets you delete on a single click. Also, while Google tells me that everyone will eventually have to switch over to the new features, you won't be forced to do so overnight. Snoozing a message moves it out of sight to a Snoozed folder until the specified time, at which point it reappears in your Inbox. You can manage various tasks related to Google Calendar and more within the Gmail app.
I love all the features mentioned above so far. When you send the email on confidential mode, instead of going directly to the receiver's inbox, it's held by on your inbox as a link.
It's bad enough that several Gmail accounts are reporting unexplained spam in their inbox, but what's worse is they're apparently sent by themselves, even though most of the accounts employ hard-to-crack two-factor authentication. This feature is extremely vital if you are dealing with sensitive information.
We often forget to reply to emails or think that we did, when we actually didn't. In a nutshell, Google is basically offering all its users some of the features that are available only to its business customers. It reminds you to follow up and respond to messages that haven't been replied to. You can customise the email and the way you want to send the messages to replies with Smart Reply option.
Now, users can access them without even opening the mail. It will be quite helpful in places that have low network connectivity by helping them to save their work. You'll start to see the new side panel in other G Suite apps, too. Share your views with us and keep reading Fossbytes.