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Gmail's new self-destructing Emails are presently accessible on cell phones

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Gmail's new self-destructing Emails  are presently accessible on cell phones
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Google announced new feature, “Confidential mode” back in April this year for the users for enhanced security of their sensitive information that they email to their contacts. Google rolled out the feature for desktop only at that time.




On Thursday Google announced in a post on Twitter that Gmail’s confidential mode has been rolled out to mobile devices.
Google explains how the feature works on its support page,


“You can use confidential mode to set an expiration date for messages or revoke access at any time. Recipients of the confidential message will have options to forward, copy, print, and download disabled.”

Here’s how you can send sensitive information to your contacts using gmail:
Compose a message
  • Tap on Confidential mode located at the bottom right corner
  • A small window will open providing you options to set an expiration date and passcode for the email
  • Click save

Presently you can set the password and just when the beneficiary enters the code that he recieves in a SMS on their telephone would they be able to open and browse the email. 


There are ordinarily when organizations as well as different clients need to send their Passport duplicates or different accreditations. This is important that they ensure that the email lapses after a specific date and has high security along these lines, nobody else can open the email. Along these lines, this secret mode highlight is especially useful to organizations yet in addition very valuable to others. 


Back in April, Gmail additionally experienced a noteworthy outline update. Rest and Smart Reply were among those highlights that were presented in the Gmail overhaul.

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