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Thanks to some top-notch tech reporting from The Verge, Google has revealed that it's planning to launch a new Gmail design in just the next few weeks. This goes a long way towards ensuring that your email is only accessed by the person who you intended it for.

Finally, there will be an option to set email expiration dates. Borrowing from its modern sibling Inbox, Gmail is slated to get new features such as Smart Reply and email snooze toggles. Furthermore, it will have much better integrations with Google's other services like a sidebar for appointments, Google Tasks, and more.

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Gmail is getting a gorgeous redesign on the web, which will include a bunch of awesome new features. 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. They then added virtual noises mimicking a crowd, all playing at the same time, to teach the system to separate multiple audio tracks into different parts so it could learn to differentiate between each sound. Many people do have a Gmail account at this point in time, but for emails between business, for example, the new Gmail design may not mesh well with existing infrastructure. In addition to that, it will also let you secure emails by enabling password protection which will be automatically generated through SMS.

Previous reports have suggested that Gmail will continue to support certain major Chrome extensions even after the redesigned experience. This might not be a problem in practical terms, considering the fact that the message will still be unreadable, but it's a little different than deleting an old email completely. The setting prevents the email (on the recipient side) from being forwarded, downloaded, copied or printed in any way. Self-destructing emails may be arriving at the same time, but it's also possible they could be reserved for a later date.

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