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Gmail’s new look helps you get more done in less time.
Gmail will suggest smart replies in each email thread to help reply to messages faster.
You can click on attachments—like photos—without opening or scrolling through large conversations.
You can snooze emails so that they reappear in your inbox hours or days later. On the screenshot, you can see “later today”, “tomorrow”, “this weekend”, “next week” and “someday”. There could be settings to configure those shortcuts.
But the most interesting part is the column on the right-side of the screen. This expandable area lets you load widgets of other apps. By default, Gmail lets you open Google Calendar, Keep and Tasks so that you can add an event while replying to a thread.
Illustration of Google Calendar Widget opened while replying to a thread
Illustration of Google Keep Widget opened while replying to a thread
Illustration of Google Tasks Widget opened while replying to a thread
You can shift to the newer Gmail Version by clicking on Settings and hitting on the first option.
If you felt uncomfortable Google has given an option to revert back to the previous version.