/Gmail’s new design combines Google Docs, Chat and Met

Gmail’s new design combines Google Docs, Chat and Met

Over the past few weeks, we’ve found a large Gmail for Android redesign that includes Google Chat and Mitt. Video calling integration has been officially announced and is now launching, while the rest is leaked today. Google is making Gmail a “new home for work” by letting you do everything from the same screen / application.

Google Cloud today launched a digital version of its Cloud Next ’20: OnOver event that spread over nine weeks. The “Productivity and Collaboration” sessions aren’t expected until next week, but that morning on Twitter the Twins Conference website found slides about the new Gmail found

A slide boldly states that “the new home for your work” is Gmail. “Meet Integration – In addition to what is already live for some iOS users, Gmail will have tabs at the bottom for” Chat “and” Room “. , You see one-to-one and group chats with activity / status indicators with profile avatars. Like emails, Google will “knock” you to take action on “neglected chats”.

The next section shows larger conversations for teams and projects. These houses have been significantly upgraded to compete with Slack and from the way Google started in June.

Google last month introduced Gmail chat on the web for G Suite customers. It aims to replace classic hangouts, and provides access to messaging services and fullscreen rooms.

The leaked Gmail redesign slides reveal a bigger push to “bring things together”. When viewing rooms in the Gmail web app, you’ll soon be able to open an entire Google Docs file, while an ongoing conversation is displayed on the left. Tabs also let you see shared “files” and “tasks”. “Chat as well as document editing” users can get video calls in the picture.

Other slides show features of the upcoming Google Meet, such as hand raising, Q&A, meeting attendance, and obscure – as well as custom – backgrounds. Google officially announced these features last month and will launch them in the next few months.

Earlier this year, Google was rumored to be working on a unified productivity solution. The application seems to be the most well-known service of the company. Hopefully, Gmail won’t be overburdened with functionality, although users were able to remove the Meet tab in Settings today.

We’ll find out next week when Gmail will redesign.

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