Google releases Gmail new look, yet again! [Video]

Gmail new look

Gmail new look is being roll out to all users, these new changes will allow users to better customize and be more productive with the service.

Back in July we started seeing Gmail and Calendar changes, and now Google is releasing again a new Gmail look, which was officially announced in the Official Gmail Blog. The new email user interface will make many Gmail power-users very happy, among all the changes the search giant has updated Gmail themes with high-resolution background images, you now have more choice to see a big number of emails or more space between messages with the Display Density option (Comfortable, Cozy or Compact), and you can also customize the sidebars by adjusting them to your preferred size.

Gmail new look also brings better search and filters, you can access to these advanced options by just clicking the search box. Conversations on Gmail has been redesigned to improve readability and to feel more like a real conversation, and each message now features a picture profile, that way you can quickly identify who said what. Watch the video to have a better glimpse of what is new in Gmail:

Screenshot tour to the new Gmail

  • High-resolution theme

Gmail - High-resolution theme

  • Display Density options

Gmail - Display Density

  • Customize sidebar

Gmail - Adjust sidebar

  • Better search

Gmail - Better search

  • Redesigned conversation

Gmail - Conversations

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