The winds of change are a-blowin in Gmail’s direction. According to Engadget, Google sent out an email to G Suite Administrators, the people who manage and control corporate or group email accounts running on Google’s webmail platform. The email is a pre-brief for those administrators before new changes roll out to G Suite users, and you know that if the changes warrant notifying administrators in advance, they’re going to be big.
According to Engadget, the changes include bringing Google’s Smart Replies feature to the web, email snooze functions, and native support for offline emails. Most controversially, it also sounds like a “new look” is coming to Gmail on the web, which is sure to confuse just about everybody.
Google has been working to slowly overhaul the look of its iconic web apps over the past year. Google Calendar got an update last October, and