It appears that the time has come, at least in form of a preview that all users of Gmail may activate to check out the new interface. Here's what you need to know. The UI also changes group utility tasks like Calendar and note-taking services into the same page as the emails thus making it slightly easier for the users to access these services from a single source.
Google has saved the best for last and the new "confidential mode" allows users to remove the option to copy, forward, download or print messages. "Confidential" mode also helps reduce the risk of private information being accidentally shared with the wrong people. For instance, you can add Google Calendar, Google Keep or Google Tasks in the side window. You can quickly make modifications on the go and also get notifications for tasks that are nearing due. Integrated third-party apps can be accessed from the right rail as well. For example, clicking on attachments (i.e. photos etc) can be done without opening or scrolling through large conversations. Such messages show up at the top of your inbox. Actions are displayed when you hover over emails which you may use to archive, delete, snooze or mark as read right from the inbox. This new option will allow the mail to time-limit its access to recipients and will also require them to enter a one-time passcode sent to their phones to read it. But Google's new Tasks app (available on Android and iOS) is the latest to try and solve the problem. How? For one, you can now set it so Gmail only sends you push notifications for important emails. Reply?", and for sent emails, the mailing client will use text such as "Sent X days ago.
Nudges are new for Gmail's mobile apps, too. Maybe people who are already on top of their emails won't need this, but for those with a lot of volume or simply a tendency to be forgetful, Nudges could be a great help. Smart reply, which has been available on the mobile versions of Gmail for some time now, also gets added to the new web version.
The e-mails themselves have received a slight makeover, though you'll still see threaded messages and have the ability to star those messages that are most important.
The bill would allow school districts to seek a court injunction against teacher strikes , according to The Hill . But on Tuesday, DPS said "due to significant anticipated teacher absences", it would cancel all classes Friday.
Other Indian-specific features such as ordering food from Zomato, booking an Ola cab etc. can be done through the Echo Spot . Browse and shop on Amazon .in using just your voice: AmazonPrime members can shop on any Echo device using only their voice.
Hannity's mortgages were replaced late last month with $22.9 million in loans that were rewritten with HUD and a new bank. It is not just conservative commentary that talk show host and Fox News anchor Sean Hannity is good at.
Thursday will be another gorgeous Spring day, with mostly sunny skies and high temperatures soaring into the upper 60s. Monday: Rain before 8 am, then showers between 8am and noon, then showers and possibly a thunderstorm after noon.
Botox maker Allergan confirmed last week it would not make a bid for Shire , just a day after saying it was weighing up an offer. Deal making has surged in the drug industry this year as large players look for promising assets to improve their pipelines.
It also kind of looks like Solange was giving her sister a massive hug, which knocked them both on the ground. Beyonce's little sister Solange also returned for another dance battle. "I hope y'all enjoyed the show".
The Brazilian playmaker entered the box free from markers before making a pass back to Suarez, who just tapped the ball in. Sevilla were stunned and resorted to shots from distance towards the end of the game as Barca took their foot off the gas.
The company has a division called Amazon Robotics , formerly Kiva Systems, handling its custom warehouse inventory-moving robots. Engineers are reportedly working on Vesta prototypes with advanced computer vision similar to that in self-driving cars.
Armenians voted in a referendum to move from a presidential to parliamentary system, boosting the prime minister's role. The protests in Armenia have been mostly non-violent with some exception, but still quite disruptive.
After Haley's comments, some in the administration suggested the sanctions now being considered could be rolled out Monday. When Trump's new economic adviser, Larry Kudlow , was asked about this, he said Haley "got ahead of the curve".
Florida seeks extradition of former fugitive Lois Riess
It was there authorities believe that she killed Pamela Hutchinson, targeting her so she could steal her identity and run again. While details still have to be worked out it appears that Florida will try her first. "She was enjoying herself".
Saudi Arabia drone regulations nearly finalized
Riyadh and Tehran are locked in a decades-long struggle for supremacy that is being waged in several countries, including Yemen. The videos of the gunfire shared on social media showed shots being fired for at least 30 seconds.