In other news, Google will also be launching a new, more simplified design for its Gmail interface soon.
In what is called "confidential mode", Gmail will let users set an expiration date on emails so that, after a certain point, recipients can't forward, copy, download or print these messages. The compose window also switches to a blue color scheme, letting the user know they're not just sending a normal message.More news: Google suffers defeat in landmark 'right to be forgotten' case
TechCrunch states that the feature isn't ready yet, as their source arrived at a non-existent page after clicking on the "Learn more" option to open Google's help articles. Sending a confidential email to a non-Google address may not work, as it prompts the viewer to log into their Google account to access the private message. The sidebar allows you to carry out tasks side by side with your email messages.
Google demonstrates its new AI model using a series of videos including one of two stand-up comedians talking loudly at the same time (which you can watch below), and its effectiveness is startling. In 2017, Gmail had 1.2 billion active worldwide users.
For instance, when a ProtonMail user sends an expiring message to another ProtonMail user, it looks like a regular email in the inbox. This is according to Google's own official documentation, which also states that security updates will cease by October 2019. This should simplify scheduling via email, as users will be able to view their agenda and available time slots without switching tabs.More news: Star Wars: Battlefront II adding new ewok-hunting game mode
The recipients of those confidential emails will simply receive a link to their Gmail account.