The New Gmail Is Definitely Going To Have Self-Destructing Emails

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GETTYGoogle look set to release a major Gmail update in the coming weeks

This "confidential mode" should prevent people from forwarding, printing or downloading the email and may also allow senders to require recipients to verify their identity with a personal identification number.

The update is also aiming to bring a new cleaner and less cluttered look for the Gmail along with other new features like smart reply which allows you to instantly select a reply to the mail from three possible options generated by Gmail from analyzing the context of the mail. In an email to G Suite administrators, obtained by The Verge, the company says the new design will include "several new features" that will also be made available to regular Gmail accounts. By the time this feature is rolled out to all users, the exact mechanics of the feature may work differently than described-the utility of an un-downloadable attachment, as the above text implies, is somewhat limited. The publication's report notes that email services have to be compatible with multiple email providers and email clients.

The actual security this provides is unclear, as the feature makes no mention of the use of encryption. The Google users can see these changes for themselves very soon.

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A new look - Gmail's visual presentation will be tweaked to bring it more in line with Google's Material Design philosophy. Smart replies offer suggestions for quick one-line replies within emails. This upgrade lets you share more photos, files and videos than ever before using the service. The recipient will have to log into their Google account to view it and you won't be able to copy and paste the message itself (although you can still apparently screen shot it).

Snooze an email - You tag an email with a time stamp and it disappears from your inbox and reappears at the time you've chosen. You can tag the email with a convenient time and it will be right there at the top of your inbox when you have the freedom to respond.

When a user composes a new email, there will be a small icon called Confidential Mode. Finally, an email can be locked behind a two-factor authentication process to ensure that only the intended recipient can read it. Google has previously announced that the Chrome apps such as Gmail Offline will be moved to the web. There's also a "compact view" that is similar to Gmail's current layout for users who don't want to change.

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