If you are a G-mail user you must have already noticed the design change in Gmail that has been made available from Tuesday. As of now the choice is yours but eventually this is going to become a switchover for everybody.
Let’s take a look at the nine things that are different in the new Gmail:
- The new Gmail allows users to change the density of their inbox by configuring the white space according to their preferences. The three options that are available include comfortable, cozy and compact.
- The new layout is definitely much more clean compared to the older one and this is going to help you absorb the shock of a heavy unchecked inbox better.
- You can now not only filter your inbox according to levels of priority, but also choose the perfect size for chat and labels according to your convenience. This feature is definitely going to make the new Gmail much more user-friendly.
- The new Gmail has been designed to automatically adapt to the size of any window and it can fit in accordingly.
- The biggest draw for the new Gmail is probably the high-definition themes. These themes definitely look a lot better than the previous versions and irrespective of the screen size they are capable of making a huge difference as far as eye-comfort is concerned.
- Email would no more look like “Email”. In this new Gmail, email looks more like conversation. Not only this, the people involved in the conversation can be viewed on the right side of the panel and you can also see their profile pictures and their status on Gmail (busy, available etc.)
- Some changes have been brought about in the photo editing applications and now you can upload and edit profile pictures of your preference easily.
- The search feature on Gmail is definitely better than the earlier versions. The company seems to have taken a cue from its search engine and would now prompt you with suggestions making your search experience better.
- The search feature also comes equipped with a search filter that allows you to search conversations and e-mails from a particular period of time, with particular words in them, without particular words in them and also based on the subject.