Gmail For Web Gets New Features For Better User Experience

The Gmail web features include an updated user interface with new avatar chips for recipients, improvements to visual indicators, and new right-click menus.

Gmail for Web is getting several new features that are designed to enhance the user experience while sending and receiving mails on the service. Most of the changes pertain to the email Composer in the Gmail for Web app.

These include changes in the Gmail user interface as to how recipient details appear while adding them to the “To, Cc and Bcc” fields, new avatar chips for recipients, and messages that are displayed when communicating with users outside the organization or contacts.

The search giant has also brought new visual indicators for adding a user as a recipient. The latest features will be available to all Google Workspace, G Suite Basic, and Business customers.

Google has announced the rollout of new features to Gmail for Web via a blog post. It says the improvements will help users connect with their colleagues and stakeholders quickly and with confidence.

Among the slew of updates, Google has added a right-click menu that allows users to view a contact’s full name and copy their email address. Also, the user can now decide how a contact appears to other recipients in an email.

Gmail is also improving the indicator to show where your keyboard cursor or mouse pointer is with a grey menu when a drop-down item is selected.

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These improvements and additions are now rolling out to web users and will be available soon for all Google Workspace, G Suite Basic, and Business customers, according to the company.

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