Google introducing 'self-destructing' emails in new Gmail design


    Google to introduce self-destructing emails in new Gmail design (iPhone screenshot: WPMI)

    An upcoming re-design of Gmail by Google will introduce "self-destructing" emails as well as other features to protect users privacy, according to Mashable.

    After the update, you'll be able to set emails you send to "expire" after a certain amount of time. Which reportedly means they'll disappear from your outbox, and from the recipient's inbox.



    Reportedly, you will also also be able to send "Confidential Mode," emails that will block the recipient from forwarding, copying and pasting, downloading, or printing the email.

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