New Gmail Becomes Permanent User Interface for UNLVMail Oct. 16

On Tuesday, Oct. 16, the new Google Gmail interface will become the permanent look for UNLVMail and Rebelmail. You will no longer be able to switch back to classic Gmail. 

The new Gmail interface brings new features, including:

  • Organize emails from your inbox: Quickly take action on your messages (e.g., mark as read, archive, delete, etc.) by hovering your cursor over the message without opening them .
  • Snooze emails until later: Temporarily remove emails from your inbox and have them show back up when you choose for them to reappear (conversation view must be enabled). 
  • AI-powered smart replies and follow-ups: Smart replies save you time by suggesting quick responses to your messages. Follow-ups will remind you to reply to emails you may have missed and to follow up on emails if you have not received any replies.
  • Use Calendar, Tasks, and Keeps within Gmail: Create new meetings, take notes, and add to-dos without switching apps with new Add-ons sidebar. 

To access contacts in new Gmail, click on the Apps launcher icon and select Contacts.

If you have previously delegated your email access to a colleague, they will no longer have access to your contacts list. You must now set up contact delegation separately.

For more information about the new Gmail, please visit the G Suite Learning Center

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