New Gmail launches for everyone in July

New Gmail launches for everyone in July

Now, Google has announced an Early Adopter Program (EAP) which will allow Gmail users to access new capabilities like Gmail offline and nudging as a means to test out the new features before it rolls out in full swing. Once a user moves the cursor over a message preview, the Archive, Delete, Mark as Read and Snooze buttons will appear. However, Google will make the upgrade mandatory eventually. The company first rolled it out for G Suite users, those who have paid company accounts, before bringing it to regular Gmail users as well.

Eight weeks following general availability, all users will be migrated to the new design, though they'll have four weeks to opt out. While it hasn't reported anything on that front right now, we realize that for no less than one gathering of users, the old design will be improved the situation in around four months. They can wait four weeks to opt in, and have a little more time than that to opt out.

Starting in September, Google will start putting its foot down.

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Allow their users to opt into the new Gmail at the time of their choice. Still, through this month they will still get the ability to opt out.

"Approximately 12 weeks after the GA announcement in July, any users who've opted out of the new Gmail will be automatically migrated to the new experience, with no option to opt out", the post says. Presumably this change will also apply to Gmail users around the same timeframe. Most tech companies will force an update on users of a service eventually. In any case, sooner or later in October, the choice will vanish and G Suite accounts will be required to utilize the new design. It also integrated Calendar, Tasks, Keep, and Add-ons to enable use of these apps from within Gmail.

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