Google announced on Tuesday (8) on the Workspace Updates blog that “the new Gmail UI is becomes the default experience🇧🇷 But what exactly will change in the webmail user interface, which was announced as “integrated and customizable” earlier this year?

Simply, it will lose the option to revert to the “original view”. To explain further: On January 31st, when Google announced that it was integrating core apps like Chat, Meet and Spaces into the Gmail layout, change is avoidable for new look by disabling Chat for account.

However, starting this month, it will no longer be possible to return to the “original view”. This is because Google has made the new Gmail layout a “standard experience” for all users. of course, still Gmail theme, inbox type will remain changeable and some other options, via quick settings.

What will the new look of Gmail be like?

When Gmail is changed to its new design which will get a layer of Material You UI elements on top, integrated Gmail, Chat, Spaces and Meet view will be on the left side of the windoweven for users who have Chat enabled by default.

From there, you’ll be able to customize just the apps you use most on a daily basis, like Gmail, or a combination of these with Chat, Spaces, and Meet, via quick settings. Aspect Chat is now only available on the leftconfiguring on the right will no longer be possible.

According to the Google blog, It may take up to 15 days for the new face of Gmail to appear For account users included in the Quick Release Procedures, those who choose to receive a planned release will receive it by the end of the month.

Source: Tec Mundo

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