- Google will let users personalise their Gmail inbox.
- As per Google’s blog, the feature is being rolled out for G Suite users as well as people with personal accounts
- The new feature will let users select a layout, look, and feel for their inbox as per their choice.
Google is rolling out a new feature for Gmail that would let the users personalize their inbox. The company on Wednesday said in a blog that they are adding a quick settings menu to Gmail, that would let users design their inbox as per their taste.
As per Google's blog, the feature is being rolled out for G Suite users as well as people with personal accounts. As Google is rolling it in a phased manner, it will gradually be made available to the users. The new feature will let users select a layout, look, and feel for their inbox as per their choice.
So here's how you can change settings in Gmail. Now when you click on Settings, you will find many interfaces, inbox types, and display options alongside at the extreme right of your inbox. When you select an option, the inbox will update and give you a preview of it will look once a theme has been selected. You can select from multiple themes and completely re-design your inbox as per your requirement. You can try out various options and previewing them before finalizing one.
"We're making these options easier to find, and letting you explore them in real-time, so your actual inbox will update immediately to show you exactly what the setting will do. We hope this makes it easier to set up Gmail the way that works best for you," the G Suites blog read.
The quick settings would allow you to customize the density of text and information displayed, to choose a different inbox type to help prioritize and organize emails, to add reading panes to quickly see email contents and to apply themes to personalize the look and feel of your inbox, these were some of the changes listed down in the blog by GSuites.
"Note that this update just adds an easier way to access settings that already exist in the full Gmail settings menu. There are no new settings, and users' existing settings won't be changed with this update. You can still see the full settings menu by clicking the "See all settings" button at the top of the new quick settings menu," the blog said.
The blog states that the quick settings menu would be rolling out for some users from June 22 while Gmail has started rolling out the feature for selected users from May 26, 2020.