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Gmail to soon receive 'Confidential Mode' and 'Self-Destructing' Emails

16 April 2018

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The revamp looks like it'll feature a new, clean design, smart replies, the ability to snooze emails and a new pane for the Calendar and Keep apps.

Gmail will reportedly offer a feature that will allow users to set a self-destruction time when the message they send will no longer be viewable by the recipient, according to TechCrunch.

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An expiry date - after which the email vanishes from the recipients' inbox - is also possible in the redesigned Gmail app.

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It seems that not only the design will change as Gmail is set to bring in a very important surprising new feature which was added by Google, and it was discovered shortly before the official release.

The new Gmail, which is now being tested internally and with trusted Google partners, is a great deal prettier than the version web users are currently accustomed to. The new mode will also allow senders to restrict the recipient from copying, downloading, or even printing the email. It is unclear if the "confidential" expiring mails will be end-to-end encrypted. That means they'll disappear from your outbox, and from the recipient's inbox.

End-to-end encryption is also not mentioned by Google anywhere. However, the leaker was able to seize a screenshot of the email content.

Gmail to soon receive 'Confidential Mode' and 'Self-Destructing' Emails