The new Gmail will roll out to all users next month

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General availability for Google's redesigned Gmail client will start in July 2018, the search giant announced on Monday. During this four-week period, users will not have the option to opt in to the new Gmail.

Before that time, users can opt-in to the new Gmail and then opt-out again.

"Approximately eight weeks after the GA announcement in July, any users who haven't yet been transitioned to the new Gmail will be automatically migrated to the new experience", Google wrote in a blog post.

The newly redesigned Gmail is coming to all users by July, though some are free to opt out for a limited amount of time.

Google launched its shiny new version of Gmail yesterday.

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Some time in September, everybody will be changed over to the new Gmail plan. The company first rolled it out for G Suite users, those who have paid company accounts, before bringing it to regular Gmail users as well.

After releasing it out in beta this spring, Google has now released a timeline for when users can expect to receive it on their accounts and when they'll lose access to the old style Gmail. However, here the only catch is that the organization subscribed to by the user has to participate in the EAP, or these additional settings will be OFF by default in the new Gmail. We'll retain the option to opt-out for four more weeks. You'll be using the new Gmail before the year is out - it's just a question of how quickly you embrace it.

Also, It's now the only version of Gmail that supports a feature called Smart Compose, which finishes sentences with the aid of machine learning and artificial intelligence.

And around 12 weeks after the launch of new Gmail, those who opted out will be automatically migrated to the new experience, and they won't be able to opt out then. This will open the Google Admin console.