07 June, 2018
Admins can immediately transition their users to the new Gmail, and users will still have the choice to opt out for a limited time.
Ok, it may not be a free new auto, but on Monday, Google announced that its massively updated new Gmail would launch to general availability (GA) in July.
The company says users who haven't updated by September will be transitioned automatically to the new Gmail. It all sounds pretty confusing, but the main point is this - even if users can opt out for a bit, the new Gmail will be the standard look by October whether they like it or not, as TechCrunch notes.
In an announcement on Monday, Google confirmed that major changes to its popular electronic mail service, Gmail, will roll out in July.
And around 12 weeks after the launch of new Gmail, those who opted out will be automatically migrated to the new experience, and they won't be able to opt out then.
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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. After the four weeks, users will no longer be able to opt in to the new Gmail. In the meantime, Gmail urges users to begin testing the new Gmail.
The third option would be the default setting as well.
If you don't like the new Gmail experience, you probably won't have a choice in the matter come Fall. For a period of time, users will still have the option to opt out (see below for more details). According to Gmail, more details surrounding the transition will be announced.
Google's G Suite makeover is aimed at saving businesses email hours, opens and time spent on notifications. If you change your mind, you can click Settings, then "Go back to classic Gmail".