How To Enable The New Gmail Right Now The Easy Way

In our previous post, we’ve informed you that Google just updated Gmail for Web and its mobile app in a long time, which is one of its biggest redesigns, too. The update brings several security features like Confidential mode, which allows you to add two-factor authentication and/or set expiration dates limit for individual emails. Phishing alerts are also refreshed now highlighting in a much clearer way, with bold red boxes that are harder to overlook. Here are the details you need to know about the overhaul.

Sorry, I missed speaking about a new Tasks integration which makes your to-do lists easier to manage alongside your emails. So, if you’re there; reading this article, obviously you’re trying to figure out how to get the new Gmail on your account. Unfortunately, Google is still rolling this out, but there are two ways to enable it right immediately, via.

Personal Gmail Accounts

First of all. Head over to your Gmail account on the web, click the gear icon in the top right corner. If the update is available on your account, you’ll see an option to “Try the new Gmail” up top.

As mentioned earlier that Google has not made this new Gmail default for everyone yet, so if you’re not seeing it keep checking back. The rollout is supposed to be global for all 1.4 billion Gmail accounts and users.

G Suite Accounts

This is the second way to get the new redesigned Gmail to have your system admin enable it on your G Suite account at work or school. Administrators should be able to access this as part of their Early Adopter Program by going to the Admin Console and selecting to allow users to access the overhauled Gmail.

Once after the admin has turned this on, individual accounts will receive the “Try the new Gmail” option on their accounts under the Settings section.

If you finally have received the new Gmail update and you find that you’d rather switch back, you can head back to the Settings cog to revert to Classic Gmail. Keep refreshing and good luck!

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