• Google to launch new Gmail design in the coming weeks

    11 days ago - By The Verge

    Google is planning to launch a new design for its Gmail web interface soon. In an email to G Suite administrators, obtained by The Verge , the company says the new design will include “several new features” that will also be made available to regular Gmail accounts. Google promises a “fresh, clean look for Gmail on the web,” with features like Smart Reply, the ability to snooze emails, and offline support.
    Google isn't revealing exactly what the new design for Gmail looks like, but the company did recently launch a new design for Google Calendar. The calendar was updated with modern icons...
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  • Google is about to launch a Gmail web redesign

    Google is about to launch a Gmail web redesign

    11 days ago - By TechCrunch

    Google sent an email to G Suite customers to tell them that the company has been working on a brand new version of Gmail for the web. In addition to a fresh design, the company also listed some of the new features.
    You can expect to be able to access Google Calendar from the Gmail interface directly. Outlook customers are probably going to love this.
    You'll be able to snooze emails so that they reappear in your inbox hours or days later. This is a good way to clean your inbox if you can't reply to a specific email just yet.
    If you use Gmail on your iPhone or Android phone, you may already...
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  • RIP passwords: new web standard designed to replace login method

    RIP passwords: new web standard designed to replace login method

    11 days ago - By The Guardian

    WebAuthn will eliminate need for passwords by moving to methods of authentication such as biometrics, says web standards controller A new web standard is expected to kill passwords, meaning users will no longer have to remember difficult logins for each and every website or service they use.
    The Web Authentication standard is designed to replace the password with biometrics and devices that users already own, such as a security key, a smartphone, a fingerprint scanner or webcam.
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