Gmail will get a major redesign in a matter of weeks

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The firm confirmed that the update may render some Google Chrome extensions incompatible with the new version of Gmail, but it did not name any particular services.

Google revealed yesterday that it's planning to launch a new Gmail design in the coming weeks.

However, all the filtered calls will show up in call history if you are interested in checking them out, and, the voicemails left by others for you will be shown in their respective tab. According to those reports, the app will feature a new design that streamlines access to certain features, like Inbox and Sent Mail.

It also plans to integrate some of the features on its mobile app to make it clean and user friendly.

"Users come to us to experience the web and access accurate information quickly".

Fortunately, Android Authority and The Verge were able to acquire images of the new Gmail interface. Users will be able to select a date when the email will expire, after which the receiver will no longer be able to see the email. Though the tech giant has addressed a communication in this regard to the G Suite administration, The Verge reports that the the new look and feel of Gmail will be made available to personal Gmail account holders as well. Smart replies suggested users with quick responses to messages so as to save time while you're occupied with something else. From what we know so far, the new Gmail for web users will get smart replies, a feature already available on the mobile app, a new sidebar, the ability to snooze emails and three new layouts, among other things.

Google has mailed to all G-Suite users about the implementation of the new design.

- Web pages load quickly‚ even in data-saving mode or on 2G connections. Also, in case a user is unable to attend to a mail immediately, Google may introduce a snooze option for the mail to reappear in the inbox after a specific time frame.

Though Google Tasks is still there, but it is pretty much like a panel within the Gmail and as a typical old model website.