Gmail: Chat, Space and Meet option will be available with Mail on the app

Gmail, Google’s email service, is about to undergo a transformation starting today. The company is currently putting its new app layout to the test. Following that, it will be gradually rolled out to users. By April, it is expected that all users will have received this layout. Users will find it easier to use Gmail with the new design. On the same platform, users will have access to Mail, Chat, Space, and Meet. Please let us know how the new Gmail layout looks.

The current Gmail design

The user has the option of Mail or Meet in the current layout of the Gmail app. In the new layout, the user will have access to mail, chat, space, and all four options at the same time. That is, the user will not require multiple options for each of these.

Users will be able to chat with email from here after the new layout is implemented. That is to say, he won’t require a separate Hangout. From here, you’ll be able to start a group chat. With the help of Google Meet, you’ll also be able to hold video meetings from here. Overall, you’ll have all of your switching options in one place.

How to Make the Most of the New Gmail Layout’s Features

Mail: The app’s mail option will be found first. The user will be able to read his mail from this location. You’ll also find the option to compose mail here.

Chat: Tap the chat option to start a conversation with another Gmail user. This is where you’ll find a list of people who have already signed up. To start a new chat, go to New Chat.

Space: To use Gmail group chat, you must select the space option. You must go to New Space to start a new group chat.

Meet: You must go to Meet if you want to have a video meeting on Gmail. There will be options to start a new meeting and join an existing one here.

Which users will be the first to see the new design?

Users with Google Workspace Business Starter, Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Essentials, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise Plus, Education Fundamentals, Education Plus, Frontline, Nonprofit, G Suite Basic, or Business accounts will be the first to get the new Gmail layout, according to Google. Users of Essentials will not be able to access this workspace at this time.

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