It's worth mentioning that the July launch timeline has been shared for G Suite users.
The declarations in fact apply just to G Suite users - that is, individuals who have paid accounts through their organization or association - and Google declined to remark on whether the progressions will be the same for consistent Gmail users. The opt-out will also no longer be available to users who've moved to the new Gmail already.
The new Gmail will add the "confidential mode", which will let users add authentication via text messages before opening an email that they deem very sensitive.
Users can opt in or out for 12 weeks after that before they are automatically switched. 8 weeks after that, anyone who hasn't done that will be automatically transitioned to the new Gmail service, with a 4 week period to opt out (but only during that period.).
The new Gmail launches to general availability from July. They can hold off for another four weeks, but after that, everyone will be able to opt in.
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As of now, the highly anticipated redesigned Gmail is an EAP, which means that the customers can choose to or opt out of participating at the levels of the domain and organizational unit. But admins, by default, can give users the option to temporarily opt out and join the updated platform whenever they want.
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The newly redesigned Gmail is coming to all users by July, though some are free to opt out for a limited amount of time. This will open the Google Admin console.