With data breach arising to be a major concern, the Gmail is all set to get a new design in coming months.
The tech giant may be planning to add a new feature called Confidential Mode.
As per sections of media, Google is introducing a ‘confidential mode’ to let Gmail users stop recipients from forwarding certain emails or taking their prints or downloading them or even copying the mail’s content.
It is said that such emails can also be password-locked and can only be opened if you enter the correct password.
The same will be sent to your phone via SMS.
The Gmail may also bring in that users can also set an expiration date on certain sent emails.
Google is also planning to redesign Gmail for the web with plans to integrate some of the features available on its mobile app to make it more clean and user-friendly.