Google introduces new ‘More Results’ button for mobile users

And as a recipient, you’ll have a clear idea of when these messages will “self-destruct”.

Working on an email service is hard as you have to be compatible with all sorts of email providers and email clients.

If the calendar panel isn’t helpful to you, you can instead see a list of your upcoming tasks or the Keep note-taking app. According to TechCrunch, the Confidential Mode feature could be released at the same time or could be delayed to a subsequent update. Once turned on for a specific message, the user won’t be able to copy, download, forward, or even print it.

Upon doing so, a Confidential Mode dialog box will pop up, allowing users to require an SMS passcode to open the email and set how long it will take for the feature’s protections to expire. The compose window also switches to a blue color scheme, letting the user know they’re not just sending a normal message. The new features will give small businesses additional tools to improve email communications. Since confidential emails are not a standard email feature, how can they work for people who aren’t Gmail users? If you ever check your Gmail on your phone, the changes won’t seem that alien to you. On the other hand though, if a company can create a knock off of the Chromecast Ultra complete with Google’s logo and then file it right with the FCC, then what’s to stop them from also putting together a very official looking manual? The update adds the ability Snooze messages, removing them from your inbox and re-inserting them at a more convenient later time.

If you click on it, the app will identify the breed of the dog you’ve snapped – but, it’s not an exact science, so sometimes it will show you its top guesses. Yes, there is a new Gmail design layout on the way. We’d seen drafts of a redesign dating back almost a year ago and heard some descriptions of the new look, but after yesterday’s news, several sources shared images of the new design itself – including some new features.

The new Gmail, which is now being tested internally and with trusted Google partners, is a great deal prettier than the version web users are currently accustomed to.

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