Google says the update will also bring offline support, as well as the ability to snooze emails, a popular feature found on many third-party email clients.
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If you use Gmail on your iPhone or Android phone, you may already be using smart replies. As the company is slowly phasing out Chrome Apps, Google will now be using standard web technologies to let your browser store your data.
According to the G Suite email, G Suite customers and regular Gmail users will have to opt in into a new Early Adopter Program to access the new Gmail. With how robust the Google Calendar has become, having quick access to your appointments and other obligations from within your email is a welcome feature that may even enable the new Gmail design to be your one-stop-shop for all things productivity. Google issues a warning that some Chrome extensions may not be compatible with the Gmail redesign, but does not specify which.
There's still plenty we don't know about this rare update to Gmail. It'll be available in the coming weeks.