We have been tracking the progress of updating the Google interface for Gmail Since FebruaryAnd the As I promised, The company says it’s now available to all Gmail users. The mod brings Meet, Chat, and Spaces together as part of the overall experience and includes elements from Google’s Material Design 3.
It doesn’t stop there and he says that later this year we’ll see improvements to Gmail for tablet users, better emoji support, and more accessibility features, among other upgrades.
If you use Gmail for work, it may already be rolled out to your account. For those who can’t stand the change, you can opt out and go back to the old look, at least for now. If you don’t have chat enabled, you’ll still get the new look, but only in Gmail view by default, and if you don’t use some or any of these apps, you can disable or enable them from the quick settings menu.
If you want to go back again, the files instructions It is very easy to follow:
- In the upper right, click Settings.
- Under Quick Settings, tap Go back to the original Gmail view.
- In the new window, click Reloading.
The updated user interface moves the Mail, Meet, Spaces, and Chat buttons to a single menu at the top of the right bar instead of showing multiple chats from each one in the list. It’s still easy to access without having everything on screen at once, and you can quickly jump to a conversation in any section, where a menu will appear when you hover over its icon.
The changes are part of Google’s new comprehensive approach to Workspace (including documents, spreadsheets, etc.) which is supposed to provide a more standardized style and new AI-powered features such as Gmail search improvements just announced.
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