The New Gmail Is Definitely Going To Have Self-Destructing Emails

Gmail accounts could be about to get a lot more private thanks to new Confidential Mode for email

GOOGLE • GETTY • EXPRESS NEWSPAPERSGmail accounts could be about to get a lot more private thanks to new Confidential Mode for email

Google is set to overhaul the design of Gmail in next couple of weeks and now details of a few new features, including self destructing emails, have leaked online. Don't worry, your smartphone or laptop will not explode 30 seconds after opening an email, but it looks like they're now testing a feature similar to the expiring email of ProtonMail.

Google's gmail is one of the most popular email services worldwide.

One of those features is the excellent Smart Reply which uses AI to offer up a choice of three automatic response to an email.

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It is not for sure if this feature will be compatible with those recipients who are using a different email service.

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The Verge claims that the new Gmail design is being worked on internally at Google, along with a small group of outsiders/testers. Due to a notice delivered prematurely to G Suite users, Google itself tipped the existence of the redesigned Gmail interface.

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So far, the only potential answer is a link with the message, "This message was sent with Gmail's confidential mode" the sent email reads.

Among the many features that were spotted earlier this week, TechCrunch reports that a Confidential Mode will also be introduced which will allow users to choose whether they want the recipient to be able to forward the email content, restrict them from copy and pasting, downloading or printing them, and even choose if they want the email to self-destruct. The redesign might also include the option to snooze emails so they later appear in the inbox. Snooze can also bring the email back when you're at a specific location, which is useful for setting aside personal email for when you get home from work. It is also possible for the sender to confirm the recipient's identity with a passcode via a text message. The default layout highlights attachments while a "comfortable view" does away with the attachment highlight.

Unfortunately, for all the precautions included in Gmail's new Confidential Mode, it is impossible to prevent users from taking a screenshot of the contents of an email.

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