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Google is constantly trying to make the often boring emailing experience more convenient and exciting for its users...
Google is constantly trying to make the often boring emailing experience more convenient and exciting for its users. Geek reported that Google is supposedly making some user interface changes for its desktop-based Gmail, making it work across various desktop screen sizes.
Gmail's testing features include the fly-in-and-out menu system, thus replacing the static bar of links to Inbox, Starred, Sent Mail, etc. Google has also removed the tabbed email system and replaced it with “grouped in the Inbox” section on the left side of the user interface (UI) with links to Travel, Purchases, Finance, etc.
If you click the big “+” button at the bottom right corner of Gmail, a pop-up menu opens to an email reminder, “Compose” a message, etc.
Gmail's new UI includes a new “pin” system that replaces the “stars” with which users would select the most important emails and keep them at the top of their inbox. Now, pinned emails can be dragged out to the Inbox, using the toggle at the top of the interface. You can even leave it switched off for the old-looking Inbox. Also, the new UI allows access to the new “Hangouts” by simply clicking the chat-bubble button at the top right corner.
The shift is a bit dramatic for Google, as the company has always introduced subtle changes for its mobile and desktop products. However, Google doesn't say when, or whether, these changes will be implemented in Gmail, but by the looks of it, Google will bring interesting new elements to its Gmail emailing services.