Google has essentially covered all of its first-party apps in the Material You paint, but it is not quite done. The desktop versions of the apps are currently being updated. Google is rolling out Material You for the desktop version of Gmail.
During Google I/O the previous year, the business unveiled Material You to the public. The company has updated all of its first-party apps with the new design since announcing Android 12 in public. Apps like Gmail, Calculator, Keep, and other programs can now match the rest of the software’s look.
THE MATERIAL YOU DESIGN IS NOW IN GMAIL FOR DESKTOP. Google said earlier this year that it will significantly alter the Gmail web client’s appearance. It would undergo the required Material You makeover, but it would also rearrange certain things.
Advertisement Your various email folders and your chats are currently housed in a panel on the left side of the screen. There will be an additional side panel next to that one with the new design. Your discussions will be housed in this additional panel. Additionally, it will feature buttons for Google Meet and your Spaces.
These buttons will fill the screen with the associated program when you click on one of them. Therefore, you will be able to use the entire program rather than having your Google Chats compacted on a little screen. A button to return to your emails is also present.
Your email folders are now less congested in the first side panel. Your labels and folders will fill the entire screen.
Advertisement The user interface will also undergo adjustments. You’ll see that the interface has a color scheme because we’re talking about Material You. The Compose button will also be changed into a rounded rectangle.
Google will alter the search filter feature as well. A new button will appear in the top right corner of the email window. You can use the row of search chips that appears when you click it. As more individuals become aware of this development, you should finally be able to see it.