Google has launched a new email feature, Gmail, in an effort to make it more personal and easier to send emails.
Gmail is a new feature introduced in Google+ to let users easily share, share, and share more.
Google also has a redesigned Gmail inbox, and a new section for notifications.
The new Gmail looks similar to the old Gmail app, which is what many users know.
However, it’s not just Google’s app that has a brand new look.
Google’s website has also received a brand-new design, which features a new, minimalist black font with rounded corners.
The font also uses a new font-size, but it still retains the rounded corners and font-weight of the old app.
The new look comes in the form of a white, rectangular box that sits between your inbox and the rest of your inbox.
When you open the box, you will see a small menu with the option to send, receive, or unsubscribe.
The option to unsubscribe will disappear as soon as you open it.
While it’s unclear if this will be a permanent feature, Google is encouraging users to sign up for Google+ so they can opt out of receiving emails.
Google has said that Gmail is not meant to be a replacement for email in any way, but a way for users to receive emails without being tied to a specific email service.
The Gmail feature will also be available in the Chrome Web Store, Google’s mobile-friendly version of Google Play.
The feature is not yet available in Windows Phone 8 or Android.