The new version of Gmail will self-destruct letters

It seems that in   updated Gmail with   A new design will appear and   privacy mode, which will allow you to send   term of validity.

The new version of Gmail will self-destruct letters

Google is preparing to completely update the mail service Gmail , and it seems, with   new design users will receive and   several new useful functions. AND   one of   them   - Privacy Mode with   self-destroying letters.

How it works

When writing a letter in   the icon with   clock and   castle. Clicking on   her, you   go to   privacy mode. The recipient of such a letter does not   can copy or print the links and   its contents, and   also send it to another person.

After a certain time, the letter disappears from   correspondence. The user himself can set this time interval   - a week, a month or even a few years. In addition, the message can be protected from   someone else's eyes with a password that will come to the recipient in   SMS.

While it is not clear how the new function will work and   allow   Does Gmail integrate with   third-party services.

When to expect

Most likely, the updated Gmail will be presented at the Google I / O conference , which starts 8   May in   Mountain View .
TO   word, such a regime now exists in the   some other mail services, for example, ProtonMail.

Source: TechCrunch

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