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Latest Evolution Of Gmail After 18 Years Of Service

18 years ago no one could have thought about this giant super success of Google. The company is providing IT services in almost every sector and serves not only retail customers but giant organisations as well. While most people are using Gmail as just a formality, the platform still offers backbone services to many with around 2 billion active users. So far after being commenced in 2004, the platform has grown quite significantly.

Latest Evolution Of Gmail

Evolution Of Gmail And Getting A New Look In 2022

Gmail after getting commenced was only limited to being an email service provider with 1GB storage. But, now it’s a full fledged advanced communication tool for individuals and corporate giants.

Digital communication is still complex, it’s just the services offered by Google and its efforts has made it much more accessible. As for the future reference to make it even more convenient for the users Google may combine all the efforts and tools in Gmail. Making it readily available for communication, whether corporate or formal, even more accessible. Now with the latest new look users can directly access chats, spaces and meet from the sidebar. But first before taking the advantage of this feature users will have to first enable the Chat. And if you don’t like the new unified view then you can always customise it back to the original.

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“The new UI based on Google’s Material Design 3 will roll out to users over the coming weeks, but those that want to keep the current default look will be able to do so. In addition, Gmail will continue to be as powerful as it has been, giving users a wide variety of tools like Search Chips, Smart Compose, and more. Finally, Google aims to bring a better experience to tablet users sometime later this year. So again, keep a look out for the new interface rolling out to Gmail sometime in the next few weeks”, as per XDA-Developers.

Rishabh Sharma

Rishabh is an experienced content writer and editor, he is working for Viralbake to cover a diversified range of categories. His articles mainly focus on providing information, being a travel guide, educating others, and also making people aware of technology, after all, he is a technophile. When not writing he can be found gaming, watching movies, and travelling.

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