New Gmail rolls out to all in July, becomes compulsory in October

New Gmail rolls out to all in July, becomes compulsory in October

Google G Suite users that have been resisting making the change to Gmail's new design are running out of time. Meanwhile, those who have already transitioned to the new Gmail will no longer be able to opt out.

But in July the new Gmail will move to general availability and G Suite users will gradually lose the option to opt out of the new design.

Allow their users to opt into the new Gmail at the time of their pick. There could be an argument that G Suite is an enterprise product so should leave an opt-out, but Google is giving six months since the release of the update for users to make their choice.

The post details of the rollout schedule for the general availability (GA) launch to keep the Gmail fans updated on the latest developments. In fact, Google has been repeatedly calling it the "new Gmail". They can wait four weeks to opt in, and have a little more time than that to opt out.

And around 12 weeks after the launch of new Gmail, those who opted out will be automatically migrated to the new experience, and they won't be able to opt out then. The last option is the default setting. Just how soon it does this for regular Gmail users remains to be seen.

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After you've enabled the new Gmail for your domain or organization, your users can opt in individually from their Gmail settings.

What will be in the new Gmail update?


Google plans to provide further transitions in details in July but is encouraging admins to start testing it with users now. It's also the only edition of Gmail that now allows you to try out Smart Compose, which tries to complete your sentences for you.

Google's G Suite makeover is aimed at saving businesses email hours, opens and time spent on notifications.