Google has sent an email to its G Suite customers informing them that it is preparing a new version of Gmail. The message for G Suite did not contain specific details, but revealed some key features that come with the update.
In short, he says:
- A new, clean look of Gmail on the web
- Easily access Gmail apps, like Google Calendar, through Gmail
- Smart answers on the Web, just like the mobile
- Ability to "snooze" your emails and choose when they will appear in your inbox again.
- Offline messaging support
Google notes that these features will first reach registered G Suite customers in a program called Early Adopter [EAP], but will also be available for some Gmail personal accounts. We might perhaps see the new features in a beta program.
Support for Email offline, is scheduled to be released by June of 2018. This means that you will be able to write and read some emails without any internet connection.
A Google spokesman said to Android Police:
We're working on some important updates in Gmail (still in the planning phase). We need a little more time, so we can not share anything yet.
Let's say we had heard of a redesign of Gmail since last year. At that time, Google had revealed that it would add some new features, such as smart answer, smart groupings and postponement.
By redesigning the service, we will see if anyone is using Inbox, as most of Gmail users use the application through the browser. It is not clear when exactly the new Gmail design will be released, but bets are said before the end of Google I / O next month.