However, there is one big concern surrounding the new feature which is - although Google does not allow printing, copying, or pasting of the email content there are no measures whatsoever to prevent the receiver from screenshotting the email. This will allow you to avoid email threads until you're ready to reply.
Since Google is working on some major updates now, it looks like there are plenty of new features to get excited about it. The new design includes a new loading screen, inbox layout, addition of smart replies, and much more. The company claims that with the new feature, it is easier and faster for a user to search results on their smartphones.More news: Beaten Aussie boxer fights once but still wins bronze
Google is also keen to lure in more developers to build an app for Gmail Add-ons.
The design looked more like the mobile app meaning Gmail itself could be updated in a similar way. The company had sent out a mail to G Suite users informing them of the development of a new version of the email service.
According to Google Africa's CMO, Mzamo Masito, Google Go is created to address the issue of too much data consumption while growing the web, and also provide a seamless experience irrespective of the device or network the user uses.More news: New Zealand Wary Of Trump's Pacific Trade U-Turn
While users of G Suite never have their emails scanned for other Gmail users, in 2014, Google updated its terms of service to ensure users had full transparency in the context of Google scanning their email content. If you ever check your Gmail on your phone, the changes won't seem that alien to you.
Earlier this month, the search engine had announced a new feature in Search which will help better planning of movie nights with suitable showtimes.More news: Internal Differences Among Boko Haram Members Delaying Rescue Of Remaining Chibok Girls