Gmail launches new graphical interface when writing emails
For years, the classic apronte when writing emails has been to press the “New” button, which sends us to a new page to compose the message, in the same web browser window. This made it difficult to continue exploring our box while writing, perhaps in search of relevant information in other e-mails that would be useful in the new.
But now Google, rather than forcing the user to open a new window or tab in the browser to resolve the issue, has released a new interface design that opens to a new Mail in a separate box within the Gmail environment, as if it were a Gtalk chat window, though still visible even when cruising between other service functions.
For now, the feature is being tested and therefore has not been made available in bulk, appearing only a few people through a button that appears next to the tags when you compose an email, to give preview functionality. Not everyone will surely appear and the system will make available gradually, until in a short time is something definitive in Gmail, on which Google has provided no dates for implementation.
Link: Google REtools Gmail email interface to Improve drafting (Electronista)Tags: E-Mail, Email, Gmail, Google, Mail