Later this year, the users will see improvements to Gmail for tablet users, better emoji support and more accessibility features.
“Now you can optimise Gmail for how you like to stay connected, whether it’s as a standalone email application or a hub for easily moving between Chat, Spaces and video calls in Google Meet,” said Neena Kamath, Product Manager.
Gmail has changed a lot over the past 18 years and the latest changes bring helpful updates to every Gmail user, including the best of Google Workspace, combined with a fresh new look based on Google’s Material Design 3.
“To help people stay connected, we’re bringing together Gmail, Chat, Spaces and Meet in a single, unified view,” Kamath announced.
The integrated view will begin to roll out for all Gmail users who have turned on Chat.
You’ll see a clean, streamlined way to move between apps that you can customize based on what works best for you.
Over the next few weeks, users can enable the integrated view, using the new visual configuration option in Settings, and anyone who wants to keep their existing Gmail layout will be able to do so.
“Beyond the user interface, we’re continuing to make Gmail more powerful and customizable. For example, we’re making it easier than ever to find the message you’re looking for by bringing search chips to your inbox and improved search results that suggest the best match for your query,” said Google.