There are large changes forward for Gmail on a web, and one newly suggested underline we can design to see in a few weeks sounds quite intriguing.
The Verge, that initial reported Gmail’s web customer is in for a uninformed demeanour and new features like intelligent replies soon, now has sum on a new ‘Confidential Mode’ for larger confidence on a service.
Confidential Mode will give senders some-more control over what happens to their emails after they’re sent. This includes disallowing emails from being forwarded, printed, downloaded or copied.
Users can also opt to need a passcode to open emails. Google will emanate and send passcodes to recipients by SMS, that they’ll presumably have to enter in before observation an email.
Finally, emails can be set to end after a certain duration of time, a self-destruct underline seen in many messaging services as good as Microsoft Outlook.
We will expected hear some-more about a redesigned Gmail on a web and a new Confidential Mode during Google IO 2018, set to go down in Mountain View, California on May 8 – 10.
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