Gmail's major redesign will be available to all in July

This new redesign first started rolling out as an opt-in only setting for Gmail users back in late April, giving people the chance to try out the new UI before Google permanently flipped the switch.

The third option would be the default setting as well. But, after eight weeks, users will automatically be migrated to the new Gmail.

That transition'll be automatic, but the opt-out option will still be made available for another four weeks after that.

It's worth mentioning that the July launch timeline has been shared for G Suite users.

New Gmail is now available in an "Early Adopter Program" (EAP) with an option to try it out before the GA.

There's no word, though, on whether these changes will apply to regular users of Gmail.

Starting in July, G Suite admins will be able to immediately transition all of their users to the new Gmail, but users can still opt out for another twelve weeks. The opt-out will also no longer be available to users who've moved to the new Gmail already.

The company originally launched an Early Adopter Program for the new Gmail redesign, which updates the service's look with a more modern Material Design appearance. It also integrated Calendar, Tasks, Keep, and Add-ons to enable use of these apps from within Gmail. You'll be using the new Gmail before the year is out - it's just a question of how quickly you embrace it. We'll retain the option to opt-out for four more weeks.

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  • Latoya Cobb