Following the same Material You design philosophy, Google has updated the Gmail web interface.
Google recently unveiled a new look for its apps and services, which led to changes to the web versions of Docs and Play Store’s sharing features. Gmail will soon receive the most recent facelift. The deployment officially began today, but it will take some time before it is available to every user worldwide.
The original white page on the Gmail background has been replaced with a faint/light blue with several shades, as you can see in the screenshot. The Gmail option in the left menu now has a little darker tint. Additionally, read emails are colored blue while unread ones are left white.
Advertisement Another modification is the compose button. Instead of a large, oval form, the new button now has rounded corners and is reduced in size. In September 2021, Google released the MY makeover for Gmail on Android. The appearance of Google’s services and applications is currently evolving.
WEB VERSION OF GMAIL GETS CONTENT YOU REDESIGN According to the companys announcement , customers of G Suite Basic and Business, as well as Google Workspace Business Starter, Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Essentials, Enterprise Standard, and Enterprise Plus, as well as Frontline and Nonprofits, can use the design.
Additionally, users of Google Workspace Individual and personal Google accounts are qualified to receive the Material You redesign on their Gmail online interface. Customers of Google Workspace Essentials, which excludes Gmail, cannot yet access the new look.
Advertisement The Content The revamp of your email platform is not the only update Google makes. A Gmail-only option is now available in Gmail that does not include the Chat, Spaces, or Meet layout. You can focus on your emails and avoid being sidetracked by other chats thanks to the new functionality.