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Google is rolling out Gmail’s new look for more people

Google is rolling out Gmail’s new look for more people.

In February, Google started rolling out an updated user interface for Gmail that pulls Meet, Chat, and Spaces closer and applies more of its Material You styling effects.

Starting today, it’s becoming opt-out instead of opt-in, so your account will switch over to the new view by default pretty soon.

It’s not a huge change, but as Google transitions through its current flavor-of-the-week messaging app and weaves its Workspace suite into a better competitor for Office, this puts more of a focus on the updated experiences.

The updated UI collects buttons for Mail, Meet, Spaces, and Chat into one list at the top of the left rail instead of showing several conversations from each one in an index.

They’re still easily accessible without having everything on screen at once, and you can quickly jump into a conversation in any one section as a list will pop out when you mouse over its icon.

And if you want to have one particular form of communication on screen without the others (like Gmail), it’s a little easier to do that since Chat and the rest aren’t listed underneath your inboxes and labels anymore.

Google is rolling out Gmail's new look for more people

Google is rolling out Gmail’s new look for more people

According to Google, you can choose which apps are included in the Quick Settings menu, where you’ll be able to switch back to the old look if you prefer.

Unlike the usual 15-day rollout for new features, Google says this one is an “extended rollout,” so while it’s coming to Workspace and personal Gmail accounts alike, it could take longer than a couple of weeks for your interface to change over on its own.

If you want to try it, you should be able to opt-in (and back out) from the quick settings menu right now, as long as you’ve already switched to Chat from Hangouts and positioned Chat in the left-hand menu.

Activating Gmail offline 

– Go to mail.google.com. Google says that Gmail offline will only work on Chrome if you are browsing in normal mode, not Incognito.

– In your inbox, click the Settings or the Cogwheel button.

– Click “See All Settings.” – On the page, click the “Offline” tab.

– Click the “Enable offline mail” checkbox.

The moment you click the checkbox, Gmail will show new settings.


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