After introducing the ‘Undo Send’ feature, Google has just announced the addition of more colorful themes for Gmail. The update brings along new themes, new emojis, advanced tools to tweak background and more color palette option to optimally customize the email service. Also Read - Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro are really happening and Google just teased themAlso Read - Nord 2 5G explosion fiasco: OnePlus releases statement following investigation
Google is bringing new emojis, the ones that you see on Hangouts, on Gmail as well. This change is refreshing, considering the current list of emojis are well – a bit weird and outdated for Google’s standards. It is introducing hundreds of new themes to satiate the creative minds even more, with high resolution photos from ‘Googlers’. It even allows users to upload their own photos and create their customized themes. Also Read - Google won't let you sign in on these Android phones and this will happen soon
The update also brings along new editing tools like blur, vignette, and text background for more manual tweaking of themes. Without revealing any specific timeline, the company says that these changes will be rolled out to the web service in a few days.
As mentioned above, Google introduced an option for Gmail called Undo Send very recently. When the Undo Send option has been enabled, users are able to un-send an email up to ten seconds after user has clicked the send button. Gmail just delays sending briefly so user can have a moment just in case if they do not want to send it. Here’s how you can enable the ‘undo send’ feature in your Gmail. Gmail currently enjoys a total of 900 million active users, up from 425 million since 2012.