Google To Rollout Gmail Redesign For Web Users In The Coming Weeks


The company says a fresh look will be accompanied by new features which will go into a testing phase "in the coming weeks".

Google is being mum about what design changes it will make to improve the Gmail experience, but it is offering up these nuggets of information with regards to new features that will arrive with the resign. The new look will, according to the screenshots shown to Android Authority, include three new views: Default, Comfortable and Compact.

The search giant promised to share more information about the new design on the G Suite Updates blog and The Keyword once the EAP opens.

Google has begun sending an email out to G Suite administrators alerting them that a redesign of Gmail is on the horizon. Native offline support is also part of the update as well.

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Another feature to be added is the ability to snooze emails; that is, to set them aside for a specific period of time, after which they resurface in the users' inboxes. Smart Reply, which has been a much-appreciated staple on the mobile app versions of Gmail, will also be coming to the web-based client. These algorithmically-generated replies will also be available on

Google isn't revealing exactly what the new design for Gmail looks like, but the company did recently launch a new design for Google Calendar.

Google warned that the update to Gmail could break some Chrome extensions that customers have installed. According to the email sent to G Suite customers, the redesign will first be available in an early adopter program and then rollout to regular Gmail customers.