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New Gmail is here to stay: Opt-out period ends for personal accounts

New Gmail is here to stay: Opt-out period ends for personal accounts

This year, Google overhauled Gmail, one of its marquee products. The transition was relatively drawn out; the redesign was introduced in the spring, with a slow rollout extending through summer. Now, it seems the option to opt out of the design refresh has been removed entirely for personal accounts.

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AI email client Astro is shutting down after being acquired by Slack

AI email client Astro is shutting down after being acquired by Slack

With Inbox by Gmail saying goodnight in March 2019, some of us will be looking for a new experimental email client. Sadly, one potential replacement will no longer be an option: Astro is being acquired by Slack and will cease to operate as a standalone app on October 10.

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Opinion: Email app and Gmail add-on privacy really isn't that hard to understand

Opinion: Email app and Gmail add-on privacy really isn't that hard to understand

There are legitimate security concerns about Google, most recently around its handling of user location data. However, there are a growing number of media outlets and U.S government officials bashing the company for allowing Gmail add-ons and third-party mail clients to read user messages - which is required for them to function.

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Gmail Offline for Chrome will be discontinued in December

Gmail Offline for Chrome will be discontinued in December

The first Chromebooks were extremely dependent on an internet connection, so to help alleviate that problem, Google published a 'Gmail Offline' app on the Chrome Web Store. It allowed users to read and respond to emails while the computer was offline, but the app hasn't been updated since 2013.

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Google may push people to Gmail, but it's a bad substitute for Inbox

Google may push people to Gmail, but it's a bad substitute for Inbox

Some of my coworkers here at Android Police are under the mistaken impression that I'm an organized person, but they're wrong. I'm actually very disorganized, but it's thanks to tools like Inbox that I'm able to pass as normal in this line of work — at least when it comes to email. So I'm taking its scheduled death pretty hard. Even with the redesign, Gmail doesn't have the features it needs to replace Inbox.

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RIP Inbox: Google says its experimental mail client will be killed in March 2019

RIP Inbox: Google says its experimental mail client will be killed in March 2019

Google's Inbox may be on life support, according to a report by Fast Company. Allegedly the popular bundled email client service, which includes a desktop site and Android app, is set to be discontinued early next year. The official announcement of Inbox's scheduled euthanasia is expected to land later today.

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[Update: Recipient screens] Confidential Mode comes to Gmail Android app

[Update: Recipient screens] Confidential Mode comes to Gmail Android app

Google's big Gmail redesign earlier this year added a handful of new features, including Confidential Mode. The Android app hasn't gotten all the new Gmail tools, but Confidential Mode is rolling out today. You don't even need to update the app—just take a peek in the menu.

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Gmail v8.8 removes follow-up reminders and quick replies, also readies the return of Inbox's snooze until someday [APK Teardown]

Gmail v8.8 removes follow-up reminders and quick replies, also readies the return of Inbox's snooze until someday [APK Teardown]

Gmail's latest update began circulating a few days ago. This version is uncommon in that it's removing features rather than adding them. The 'nudges' feature on Gmail accounts and quick responses for other types of accounts appear to have been removed entirely.

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The new Gmail is now rolling out to Google Apps customers

The new Gmail is now rolling out to Google Apps customers

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Google Calendar and Docs get expandable sidebar for quick access to other G Suite products

Google Calendar and Docs get expandable sidebar for quick access to other G Suite products

When the new Gmail arrived in April this year, it brought with it a quick-access side panel that integrated Calendar, Tasks, and Keep right into the email platform's interface. Now, that feature is coming to Google Docs editors and Google Calendar, as well. This means that you'll be able to access compact versions of Calendar, Keep, and Tasks from an expandable panel on the right-hand side of Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Drawings. As for Google Calendar, you'll get just Keep and Tasks. 

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