Google Chat Tab is now rolling out in a new Gmail app

Google chat tab is now rolling out in a new Gmail app in a similar manner to how Google Meet is compatible with the Google email platform.

Google is also allowing personal Gmail accounts to use this “integrated workspace,” which is now open to corporate Workspace users.

This merger occurs as Google strives to make Gmail the new “workplace.” The aim is to allow users to complete all tasks on one page rather than flipping between tabs.

Chats tab pop-up

 

When you return to the Gmail home screen after activating the feature, you’ll see a new pop-up detailing the improvements. The pop-up is divided into three sections, each of which describes the current Gmail interface, which allows you to navigate your addresses and video calls by clicking the tabs at the bottom. The first tab displays all of your emails, while the second displays ‘Google Chat tab’, third ‘Room tab’ and last one shows ‘Meet tab’.

Many free Google accounts will now use the latest Gmail with Chat feature on both Android and the web. The iOS program does not yet support this experience. Admin approval is required for enterprise accounts. To get started, make sure you have the most recent update of Gmail from the Play Store.

Nayab Khan

Nayab Khan is a freelance tech-writer whose specialty is absorbing the key data and articulating the most important points. She helps IT based organizations communicate their message clearly across multiple channels.
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