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What’s new: Recently, Google has introduce Early Adopter Program (EAP) for interfaces New Gmail, with new features like Offline Gmail and nudging – feature that prompts users to handle emails. To prepare you and your business for times Launching the service to everyone – General Availability (GA), Google has provided more details about the schedule this time:
New Gmail will roll out in phase GA in July 2018
Currently, the new Gmail is an EAP program (Early Adopter Program - for units that have first-hand experience with newly developed applications) and customers can choose to participate (or not) at the enterprise and organizational level. child position. In July 2018, after the new Gmail is officially launched to everyone, G Suite (GG Workspace) admins will have the following options in the Admin Console:
- Immediately switch users to the new Gmail interface. For a while, users still have the option to return to the old interface (see below for more details).
- Allow users to switch to the new Gmail at a time of their choosing. For a while, users still have the option to return to the old interface (see below for more details).
- Wait about 4 weeks until the user is allowed to opt-in to the new Gmail. For a while, users still had the option to return to the old interface (see further below for more details).
- This is the default setting. During this 4-week period, users will not be able to opt-in to the new Gmail.
About 8 weeks after the announcement GA in July, any users who have not yet migrated to the new Gmail will be automatically migrated to the new experience. They will have 4 more weeks to go back to the old interface.
12 weeks after GA: The option to go back to the old interface will be removed
About 12 weeks after the announcement of its launch to everyone in July, any user who opted out of the new Gmail will be automatically switched to the new Gmail's settings, and no longer have the option to return to the interface. old. Those who have switched to the new Gmail will also lose this option.
Additional features and settings in the Admin Console
One caveat is that settings-specific features in the Admin Console, like Gmail offline and confidential mode (coming soon) will respect all existing EAP configurations when Gmail launches. everybody. If your business doesn't participate in EAP, these settings will be off by default when new Gmail launches to everyone.
Try the new Gmail in EAP
Google will provide more details on this migration plan in July, but we encourage you to start trying out the new Gmail and prepare your users now.