Gmail’s new design features ‘confidential mode’ to keep emails private
Gmail's web client is set to receive one of its most substantial overhauls ever in the next few weeks, but Google has yet to publicly announce the update. But that hasn't stopped The Verge from sharing details about the new design all week, including a new report today covering an interesting upcoming feature called "confidential mode."
In addition to smart replies, a snooze feature and a sidebar for calendar appointments, the new web version of Gmail will also include a confidential mode that will allow users to either stop recipients from forwarding an email you send them, or restrict them from copying, downloading or printing out the contents of the email.
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Gmail’s new design features ‘confidential mode’ to keep emails private originally appeared on BGR.com on Fri, 13 Apr 2018 at 13:53:10 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.