The world is in crisis but it is also the occasion for the most unexpected miracles to arise. Gmail finally renews its interface and it is more accessible.
In the middle of 2020, practically everyone has an email account in Gmail and as a consequence, we have all encountered how difficult it can sometimes be to navigate through its configuration menu.
Over the years the options and menus have been strengthened, to end up giving the impression that everything is stacked as it has been created.
Sometimes finding a configuration entry becomes a real headache from the maze that section of the platform had become. But those days are finally behind us.
Through a publication on its official blog, the Gmail G Suite has announced the implementation of a serious renovation in its user interface.
Specifically in its configuration menu, adding options that allow quick changes in a couple of clicks without forcing us to get lost among all the lists in its sections. This is what this video shows:
As would be expected with these types of changes, the accounts hosted as part of the G Suite will be the first to integrate this interface change.
While the common Gmail accounts used by mere mortals we will have to wait a little longer to see this renewal in action. But it will also be implemented there.
The quick settings menu is the biggest draw at this point but the whole list of improvements is just as interesting.
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