Google to Revamp Gmail with New Design; Features Leaked of the New Email Interface
Gmail, most commonly used email service. (Photo credits: File photo)

Google, a leading tech giant is all set to give a makeover to Gmail - an email service for the users in the coming days after almost 3.5 years. Launched in the year 2004, more than 25% of global internet customers are using the free email service from Google. The California based company recently informed G suite users about the development of the newer version of the email service by sending out a mail.

The company implemented a design change to the email service was way back in the year 2014. Google will soon introduce new layout and new features to Gmail as a rough sketch of the interface surfaced online. Moreover, the possible design changes to be implemented on the Gmail are offline support for emails, snooze option and Google calendar. See More: Google Home and Home Mini Smart Speakers Launched in India; Price Starts from Rs. 4,999

Moreover, Sahil Bhutani - a Twitter user has shared a probable sketch of the new Gmail interface. As per the report from Techcrunch, the Twitter user saw a Google employee working on the new interface in a public transport. Read More: Google Celebrates Birth Anniversary of KL Saigal with a Doodle

Twitter user named Sahil Bhutani has shared a sketch of what possibility can be the new Gmail interface. This was shared with Techcrunch and as per them, Sahil saw a Google employee working on the new interface in a public transport. Sahil then sketched the new interface as per his observations.

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