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shermin sathi
Apr 07, 2022
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Allows users to revert to its old interface. The new interface is now the default for all gmail users. It's been a while since gmail received a major facelift, so it's no surprise that leaked previews of gmail's new interface have sparked quite a bit of discussion in the email world. Today, gmail has flipped the switch and is gradually rolling out its new interface for gmail users. Additionally, they provided a preview of the gmail remake on the official google blog, detailing the details of what will change in gmail and g-suite over the next few weeks. The new gmail will come with a whole host of new features, including snooze, smart reply integrations, nudge reminders, a side panel for gmail add-ons, and other features that will help users better Manage their inboxes. But are there any changes that will impact email marketers? We have the recap. Unsubscribe suggestions are coming to gmail inbox by company mailing list gmail, gmail's productivity-focused counterpart, has always been google's playground for testing new features before rolling them out to a wider gmail audience. Along with unsubscribe suggestions, a feature that suggests users unsubscribe from emails they don't read, another gmail inbox feature has become part of gmail's traditional email tools. First spotted in inbox by gmail in december 2017, unsubscribe suggestions come in the form of an “inbox tip” card that appears at the top of the inbox. It offers users the option to unsubscribe from emails they haven't Opened recently. Gmail unsubscribe suggestions when this feature first arrived in inbox by gmail, many marketers were worried. Does google really provide unsubscribe suggestions for every email the subscriber hasn't interacted with in four weeks? What if you only send on a monthly basis? You really only have one shot? This approach seems extreme and out of step with how consumers use email. With the announcement of the new gmail came the first official note on gmail unsubscribe suggestions, and that might cause marketers to breathe a sigh of relief. Gmail will not only use a four-week inactivity window to suggest brands to unsubscribe from, but will also consider other factors, including sending
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