Sahil Bhutani saw a Google employee playing with the new design on public transport and told TechCrunch: "The left-side column was more like inbox.google.com and the right side was an enlarged version of Gmail". That means they'll disappear from your outbox, and from the recipient's inbox.
It is believed that Google is working on a lock icon to activate the mode that will be introduced with the new design of the Gmail. In fact, it has been there since 2011.
Rumors are flying that Google is on the edge of releasing a major update to the web version of Gmail - one of Google's most widely used products, boasting at least a billion users. The update will also bring Gmail up to date with Google's rapidly changing design languages, and will incorporate aspects of material design as well as Google's new bubble design. This time the layout has been kept pretty much the same as of the present Gmail.com. The company claims that with the new feature, it is easier and faster for a user to search results on their smartphones.
Overall the redesign looks clean and well refined.
The best part about the entire aspect is the addition of loads of fresh functionalities.
Gmail will have a so-called Confidential Mode, a system created to secure the important emails that users send and that should not reach other mailboxes. Following the update, you'll be able to set emails you send to "expire" after a certain amount of time.
According to Google Africa's CMO, Mzamo Masito, Google Go is created to address the issue of too much data consumption while growing the web, and also provide a seamless experience irrespective of the device or network the user uses.