Earlier this year, Google unveiled Gmail’s confidential mode. Now its time to experience this mode. That’s why the tech giant has decided to roll out the mode to all users next month. Today, Google made an announcement that after several months of beta testing, Gmail confidential mode will be available on June 25, 2019.
Google to Release Gmail Confidential Mode in June
In Gmail, the mode will be set to default ON, in case your account is handling by an admin, he will have to decide whether you can use confidential mode or not. You can enable or disable the confidential mode with the help of options in the Apps / G Suite / Settings for Gmail / User settings.
If you want to send messages that are having sensitive data, then Gmail’s confidential mode will be an exceptionally good option. Users will be able to set an expiration date for their message with the help of new features, but they are also able to cancel previously sent messages. More interestingly, with the confidential mode, if it is enabled, the recipient will not be able to forward the message to others, copy or download it.
This new mode will be rolled out to all Gmail users on June 25, but it is to be expected that it will take up to 3 days for everyone to use it.