While there are visual changes to the new Gmail, such as new fonts and button shapes, the Gmail features and tools users are used to are still in place and the layout hasn’t changed drastically.
The biggest changes lie in Gmail security. Think of all those times you’ve sent an email and instantly regretted it or simply wanted to rephrase or add something else.
Now you can fix that with Gmail’s new feature, Confidential Mode. By working in Confidential Mode, senders can safely send sensitive information with an expiration date. You can choose a date for those Gmails to disappear. After that date, the recipient can’t access expired emails anymore.
Confidential Mode will also block downloading and forwarding these messages. Your only worry will be if the recipient took a screenshot.