Google may soon change the Gmail logo
Tech and search giant Google is operating on a “facelift” of its own email service Gmail, as shown by a report by 9to5Google.
The report claims that Google has circulated the image of what appears to be a new icon of this emailing service.
“It’s clear based on the image Google delivered us that the organization is at least working on a brand new logo,” stated the report from 9to5Google.
The report describes that the logo is a fairly technical drawing of the new upcoming logo that apparently gets rid of the envelope icon that is part of the present icon which is there from 2013.
Besides the form of the icon, the report also forecasts that Google will even create the color scheme of their icon that includes the multiple colors like Blue, Green, Yellow, and Red.
Last month, Google integrated Chat, Meet, and Gmail around the net and Android and will be shortly expected to roll out exactly the same to iOS consumers too.
With this upgrade, users are also now able to assign group tasks, get educated about task updates in rooms and pin significant rooms so they’re easier to find and access, place your availability to “Do not disturb”, better shield your time with standing notices in Chat such as “Out of office,” view files shared in an area, see integrated search results and toggle between Email and Chat results on the net and start a new assembly or see your upcoming meetings below “Meet” on the net.