"This is the default setting", Gmail states.
It is to be kept in mind that the Opt-out option will not work after roughly 12 weeks following the GA announcement in July, after which every user will be integrated into the new Gmail experience.
It's worth mentioning that the July launch timeline has been shared for G Suite users. So we expect the new Gmail layout to be available to everyone beginning July.
The company is now planning to move users over to the new Gmail design so that it can phase out the old design entirely.
This comes after Google in April released a redesign for Gmail.
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Merkel said she agreed that Iran's activities in the Middle East were a concern, particularly for Israel's security. He asked them to "make up" for the Iranian losses brought on by the USA withdrawal if they want to save the deal.
The upcoming Gmail updates are poised to bring enhanced security features, incorporate artificial intelligence and provide more convenient controls. If you're interested in checking it out before July's general availability launch, just head over to Gmail on your computer, click Settings in the top right corner, then select "Try the new Gmail".
Also, It's now the only version of Gmail that supports a feature called Smart Compose, which finishes sentences with the aid of machine learning and artificial intelligence.
Here is everything that's new in Gmail - plus when and how you can try it.
The new Gmail offers features like message snoozing, attachment previews, a sidebar for both Google apps like Calendar and third-party services like Trello, offline support, confidential messages that self-destruct after a set time, and more.
Google's G Suite makeover is aimed at saving businesses email hours, opens and time spent on notifications.