Google revamped the Gmail interface with Smart Replies, confidential mode, priority notifications, Nudge’ respond reminders was rolled out in early adaptors program back in April, and the interface is still in preview. The new UI will roll out to all G Suite users in July, and we hope it will be available for regular Gmail users as well at the same time. Once the revamped UI is rolled out, G Suite admins will have the option to immediately transition users to the revamped UI, allow users to opt-in for a brief period of time. Google gives G Suite users four weeks time to opt into the new Gmail, and the last option will be the default setting. Eight weeks after the rollout, users will be automatically updated to the new Gmail. However, they still can opt-out for another four weeks. We don't see any reason to opt-out the UI since the new interface is feature rich and is very refreshing. If you wish to try out the new UI, you can opt into the Early Adopter Program by hitting the settings button in your inbox and selecting "Try the new Gmail." Source

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