Google has introduced a new Gmail interface for all users.
With this, users will be able to customize their Gmail interface.
The new design will allow the user to hide the side menu panel.
New Delhi. Google has introduced a new Gmail interface for all users. This change will provide a better experience for users. With this, users will now get meetings, chats, video calls and other services in Gmail in one place. Other than this, all users will be able to customize the look of Gmail.
Gmail’s redesigned interface has a sidebar, which allows users to switch between the four Google services: Mail, Chat, Spaces, and Meet. We tell you that earlier this year Google announced changes in the design of Gmail. The company is now implementing these changes.
Tablets will get better emoji support
Users using Gmail on tablets are also expected to see further improvements to the platform. According to the report, Google also plans to add better emoji support and more accessibility features to Gmail for tablet users.
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All apps will be available in Unified View
In this regard, the Product Manager of Google, Nina Kamath, has said that Gmail can now be customized. She said that Gmail has changed a lot in the last 18 years and the new changes will bring helpful updates to all Gmail users, including Google Workspace. Kamath announced that to help people stay connected, we’re bringing Gmail, Chat, Services, and Meet together into one unified view.
Side panels can be hidden
Gmail users will be able to access the new view by turning on chat in Gmail and setting it up in the left panel. At the same time, Gmail users can also receive notifications of new chat and space messages through the notification bubble. Notifications will appear in the lower left corner of Gmail. Apart from this, the new design also allows the user to hide the menu side panel.
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PUBLISHED FOR THE FIRST TIME : July 29, 2022, 10:44 IST