Google is planning to start bumping users over to the new Gmail

Google will roll out 'new Gmail' to all users starting next month

Google today announced that the new version of Gmail will launch into general availability and become available to all G Suite users next month. Just head to Gmail.com, tap on Settings in the top-right corner (the gear icon), and the very first option should be "Try the new Gmail".

For those who would like more time with the "old" Gmail, they have the option to opt out of the new Gmail for an additional four weeks.

G Suite Admins will have a few options for their users which are listed below and will be available in the Admin console.

That likely means the new Gmail schedule for "regular" users is similar.

New Gmail is now available in an "Early Adopter Program" (EAP) with an option to try it out before the GA.

For more, be sure to read 5 New Gmail Features to Check Out Now.

"Approximately eight weeks after the GA announcement in July, any users who haven't yet been transitioned to the new Gmail will be automatically migrated to the new experience", Google wrote in a blog post.

The new Gmail update will change your account from next month - here's how.

Earlier this year, Google began showing off a new Gmail design that would change the look of the web client and add a host of new features to the service.

This can house Google Calendar, Google Keep and Google Tasks all in an easily-accessed bar.

If you don't like the new Gmail experience, you probably won't have a choice in the matter come Fall.

Spam appears in users' sent folders even from accounts that haven't been compromised. Here's how to use the Gmail improvements, which are ready now.

Related:

  • Facebook has killed the hated Trending Topics bar

    How the platform approached its role as a news disseminator has sparked heavy criticism across a number of different groups. The contractor claimed Facebook downplayed conservative issues and promoted liberal causes.
    New Zealand Orders Mass Cattle Cull To Eradicate Disease

    New Zealand Orders Mass Cattle Cull To Eradicate Disease

    The government said it would bear around two-thirds of the cost, while farmers and the cattle industry will pay the rest. The government is announcing its decision about whether to eradicate or contain the cattle disease, Mycoplasma bovis .
    US Navy warships sail close to militarized South China Sea

    US Navy warships sail close to militarized South China Sea

    These operations "are not about one country", he said, "nor are they about making political statements ". The move signals U.S. rejection of China's claims of political control in the South China Sea.
  • Neuer returns but Germany lose to Austria in FIFA World Cup warm-up

    Neuer returns but Germany lose to Austria in FIFA World Cup warm-up

    With momentum going Austria's way, the hosts continued to press their opponents, who began making sloppy, panicky mistakes at the back.
    Four Sears in MI  included in company's latest round of closures

    Four Sears in MI included in company's latest round of closures

    Sears Holdings says 15 Kmart stores and 48 Sears stores will close down as leadership "streamlines" company operations. Sears has been closing stores on Long Island for years, the latest a location in Hicksville it shut down in April.
    Alberto expected to make landfall Monday

    Alberto expected to make landfall Monday

    Heavy rain with a possibility of thunderstorms are expected to begin moving into the area from about 1 p.m.to 7 p.m., Mott said. STORM SURGE: Water levels along the northeast Gulf of Mexico coast are receding, and will continue to do so overnight.
  • Xiaomi announces new flagship smartphones, smart TV, fitness band and more

    Xiaomi announces new flagship smartphones, smart TV, fitness band and more

    Xiaomi's latest software boasts new AI camera features, as well as a redesigned recent app interface that maximizes screen space. The Xiaomi Mi 8 SE has a 5.88-inch FHD+ OLED display (manufactured by Samsung ) and offers 86.12% of screen-to-body ratio.
    Actor and model Brigitte Nielsen is expecting her fifth child

    Actor and model Brigitte Nielsen is expecting her fifth child

    The Red Sonja actress was married to Kasper from 1983 until 1984, then Hollywood legend Sylvester Stallone from 1985 until 1987. Nielsen shared the surprising news with her 99.8k Instagram followers, in a series of posts that built up to the big reveal.
    NCAA grants Florida State's Cofer extra year of eligibility

    NCAA grants Florida State's Cofer extra year of eligibility

    The top eight seeds and regional pairings will be announced during the NCAA's baseball selection show Monday at 11 a.m. on ESPNU. Aliyah Andrews led off with a single back to the pitcher and Taryn Antoine followed with a double to left center.
  • Kumaraswamy says makers of Rajinikanth’s ‘Kaala’ should avoid releasing movie in Karnataka

    Kumaraswamy says makers of Rajinikanth’s ‘Kaala’ should avoid releasing movie in Karnataka

    The court asked for a list of screens where the film is being released so that security can be arranged. This is not good for Karnataka .
    Leroy Sane left out of Germany World Cup squad

    Leroy Sane left out of Germany World Cup squad

    Manchester City winger Leroy Sane has been surprisingly omitted from Germany's final 23-man World Cup squad . Even so, Sane has started the -majority of Germany's recent friendlies, but is not thought to have impressed.
    Red Sox designate Hanley Ramirez for assignment

    Red Sox designate Hanley Ramirez for assignment

    When Ramirez's struggles this month continued, Cora said the team - and Ramirez - were better served with him gone. In designating Hanley Ramirez for assignment, the Red Sox dumped one of the purest hitters on their roster.

Comments

Latest news

Samuel Umtiti agrees five-year contract extension with Barcelona
"A great piece of news for the Barcelona fans, Samuel Umtiti will continue to wear the Cule shirt until 2023". Umtiti has featured 79 times for Barcelona since arriving from Lyon in 2016.

Dressed in White Uniform, IOF Kills Palestinian Nurse on Gaza Border
Earlier this week, Gaza militants fired a large barrage at Israel, which responded with heavy strikes on Gaza installations. According to the health ministry in Gaza, another 40 Palestinians were wounded by Israeli gun fire in Friday's clashes.

Kudlow: Trudeau is 'overreacting' to USA tariffs
Gardiner said there would be "no winners" if the European Union and the United States entered a full-scale trade war. Over the past year, the G-7 blamed the USA for failure to reach climate change agreement but did nothing about it.

Facebook Faces Another Controversy Over Privacy
The deals were struck around the same time the first iPhone was introduced, and when Facebook launched its first mobile website. Here, a man reads security parameters on his phone in front of a Facebook logo in Bordeaux, southwestern France.

Jesse Lingard and Dele Alli both start for England against Nigeria
Arsenal's Alex Iwobi pulled one back for the visitors, who are also World Cup-bound, but England did enough to secure the victory. England opened the scoring early on, after Nigeria went a man light, following Leon Balogun's clash of heads.

Italian bonds rebound on coalition deal
Yields on 10 year Italian government bonds have fallen 7.4 basis points to 2.98 today, having peaked at 3.45 yesterday. That helped deflate and, in many cases, erase earlier gains in financial markets from Chicago to Milan.

'Frank' trade discussions in Beijing: US commerce secretary
Only two days ago, on Friday, steel and aluminium tariffs were imposed on the EU, Canada and Mexico. Beijing warned all the commitments it had made so far were premised on "not fighting a trade war".

Alex Ovechkin has his first Stanley Cup Final goal
Game 1 saw the Golden Knights take a 6-4 win, but barely , with Washington narrowly missing an open net near the end. The Golden Knights have scored the opening goal in the first period of all nine of their postseason home games.

76ers considering firing GM as Twitter-accounts probe focuses on wife
When asked about the situation, Joel Embiid said Colangelo denied attacking him. Colangelo has missed predraft workouts on Wednesday and Thursday.

Starbucks US outlets temporarily shutting down for anti-bias training
He says he is now a regular of Sip and Savor, an independent coffee shop in Hyde Park, just a few blocks from a Starbucks. The pair say their experience is a teachable moment that can lead to change. "'Why do we have to do this?'" Hornes said.

UK's William Browder Says Detained in Spain on Russian Arrest Warrant
In August, Russia sought to have him put on the Interpol list as he was convicted in absentia by a Russian court of tax evasion. The financier, who is a plaintiff in the Spanish investigation, said Spain is among 15 countries following the money trail.

Trump welcomes American prisoner freed by Venezuela
An official with the National Security Council stressed that nothing had been offered to secure Holt's release. It's not clear if Holt's release portends a thawing of relations between the two normally hostile governments.

Alberto hurls unsafe surf, heavy rains at US Gulf Coast
Ivey activated the state's emergency operations centre while the Alabama National Guard activated its high water evacuation teams. There, almost two inches of rain fell, while some four inches fell in other areas, the Panama City News Herald reported .

Syrian government vows to fight rebels despite United States warning
Following Lavrov's statement, the Israeli PM asserted that there is no place for Iran's military forces in Syria . Syria is planning offensives against rebels in the southwestern area of the country, near the Jordan border.

Trump not backing down on 'spy' allegations
On Thursday, two meetings were held with lawmakers to resolve issues around the documents. Nunes and Gowdy left about an hour later without speaking to reporters.

Other news