Attention Gmail users: your emails might 'self-destruct' soon

Attention Gmail users: your emails might 'self-destruct' soon

Attention Gmail users: your emails might 'self-destruct' soon

Unfortunately, for all the precautions included in Gmail's new Confidential Mode, it is impossible to prevent users from taking a screenshot of the contents of an email.

Just as most smartphone cameras now allow users to focus on a single object among many, it may soon be possible to pick out individual voices in a crowd by suppressing all other sounds, thanks to a new Artificial Intelligence (AI) system developed by Google researchers.

Additions may include a "snooze" feature and automatically generated "smart reply" suggestions already available in Google's mobile email apps, according to a report from Android Authority. Google is reportedly introducing a confidential mode that will prevent the recipient from downloading, printing, copying, pasting or forwarding the message you send them.

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Search results are also cached on the device so you can quickly re-access previous searches, even when you're offline, without incurring further data costs.

Companies like Apple, Samsung, Huawei, and Sony are best known for their physical forms of technology: the iPhone, MacBook, Galaxy S-whatever, PlayStation, and the list goes on.

The sender can ask the recipient to confirm their identity through a verification code sent to their phone.

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Gmail users will be able to opt into the new "Gmail experience" via Google's Early Adopter Program (EAP). TechCrunch's report notes that a confidential message doesn't have to be encrypted, which means that it's likely that Google can still see the content of the email.

This should allow users to place more trust in email, and send confidential information they might have previously avoided sending via Gmail.

(Web Desk) - Google is working on a big redesign for Gmail on the web. It is still not clear whether the Gmail service users will be able to send the confidential/self-destructing emails to the other email platforms or not. However, when it expires the email will disappear from the inbox.

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