Google has confirmed the new Gmail is coming, with a new design and new features. Here you will find leaked images of the new designs and new features that will change in the way you use Gmail
Google has confirmed it is coming new Gmail, with a new design and new features. Drafts of a redesign dating back almost a year had been circulated and some descriptions of the new design had also been leaked, but after the news of a few days ago, several sources shared images of the new design, including some new features of the new version of Gmail.
New Gmail: features
In addition to the addition of snooze to remember the email later and the intelligent automatic answers, the key feature of the new Gmail is a modular sidebar that allows it to be integrated with other Google apps.
Apparently, a new sidebar is planned to use Calendar, Keep or Tasks right next to the email. This means that you no longer need to leave the mailbox to create a to-do list or reschedule a meeting.
New Gmail: design
The design of the new Gmail is not a radical departure from the old Gmail, but makes Google's e-mail more in line with the current image of the Google brand and material design; this can be seen for example in the new button to write a new email. Having said that, it is unclear whether it will be possible to use i themes as with the current version.
New Gmail: views
The new Gmail also allows you to choose between several different modes display. The current version of Gmail allows you to choose between sizes, but only affects the spacing between emails.
Finally, there appears to be a new loading animation.
In any case, Google I / O next month, so it's likely that we won't have to wait too long to see the new version of Gmail.
New Gmail and new Google task
Next to the new Gmail comes the new Google Task, which has been waiting for an update for a long time Android Authority has shared some images that show a new Google Tasks icon that suggests that even a new design for nearby Task.
In future memory, here's how it looks Google Tasks right now, in 2018
You can say that you really need an update …