Billions of Gmail users urged to check app TODAY as Google issues alert


GMAIL users may notice something a little different when they check their inbox from today.

That’s because Google has got the decorators in for a refresh.


What your Gmail will look like from now onCredit: Google

The tech giant has started rolling out a new integrated view which combines a bunch of other Google apps into one space.

Video chat service Meet, messaging from Chat, and Spaces for work collabs, are now a lot more visible with a bar along the left of your screen.

But the changes only apply to those checking emails on a computer or laptop, not on your phone.

And that’s not all – later this year, the firm has more goodies on the way.

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Among them are improvements to the tablet app, better emoji and new accessibility features.

“After 18 years of helping people collaborate and get things done, Gmail is more helpful, customisable, and integrated than ever before,” Google said.

Not everyone likes change of course.

Thankfully, Google is letting people revert back to the previous look if they want.

How to revert back to the old Gmail

To get the old Gmail view back, open the settings cog icon found in the top right.

Find Go back to the original Gmail view, which is under the Quick settings header.

In the new window, click Reload.

This should bring back the previous look of Gmail you’re familiar with.

Gmail was first launched in 2004


Gmail was first launched in 2004Credit: Getty

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