Google turns on new Gmail interface for more users by default

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Google makes the new interface of Gmail opt-out. At the beginning of February, business users were already transferred and from now on the adjustment will be implemented for more users. It is still possible to return to the older interface via the settings.

Google activates the new layout for some Gmail users in the near future. All users can already try the new interface if they choose to do so.

In February, Google already made the new interface opt-out for business users. The same is now happening for a larger group, including personal accounts. In February, Google said it wouldn’t be possible to switch back to the old interface after June, but the company has bounced back. It is not known until when the old interface will remain a choice.

New Gmail Interface

The switch to the new interface is being rolled out in phases, so not all users will see it immediately. Google says it monitors how users experience the interface and listens to feedback.

Gmail’s redesigned interface includes a bar on the left to switch between Gmail, Chat, and Meet. According to Google, those options depend on which version of Workspace is used. Users who only use Gmail will not get this bar. Also, there is an option in the quick settings that allows users to disable the references to Chat and Meet in the interface.

New Gmail Barless Interface with Chat and Meet

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