Since February, Google has been updating the Gmail user interface. As promised, the firm has announced that it is now accessible to all Gmail users.
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The redesign brings Meet, Chat, and Spaces closer together as part of the entire experience and incorporates components from Google’s Material Design 3.
According to the firm, until the end of the year, Gmail will receive updates including enhanced emoji support, more accessibility features, and improvements for tablet users.
If you use Gmail for work, the new interface may already be available to you. Those who do not like the new change can temporarily go back to the previous appearance.
Even if Chat isn’t enabled, you’ll still see the new appearance because Gmail is the primary view by default. If you don’t use any or all of those apps, you can disable or enable them from the Quick Settings menu.