THINGS will look a little different the next time you open the email.
That’s because Google is planning a major overhaul for Gmail, which will force you to look at the tech giant’s other services more.
From February 8 onwards, you can choose to start using the new interface.
If you don’t like it, you can switch back to the old layout – but not for long.
Google will roll out availability gradually this month and will provide the option to revert to the previous style through April.
But by the end of June, you’ll be stuck with your new look, like it or not.
The company said it hopes the new experience will make it easier for people to “grasp the things that matter” and “get things done faster.”
Thankfully, the changes don’t mess things up too much.
In addition to the revamped style, the main difference is the prominence of other applications.
These include Chat, Space, and Meet, as Google tries to draw people away from Microsoft Teams and Zoom.
The company says notification bubbles for other apps will pop up as well.
It’s a risky move that might please some users while annoying others.
Someone who likes stuff in one place will probably think it’s actually useful.
But others may find it distracting and prefer to keep things separate.
In other news, Apple has revealed a bunch of New emojis for iPhonewhich includes a pregnant man and two saucy icons.
Experts have warned that the future Space launches can be dangerous if “stupid” regimes like Russia don’t stop blowing up the sky creating debris.
And most popular phone since a millennium has been announced, with many people shocked to learn it’s not an iPhone.
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