by April 3, 2013 0 comments

Google has launched an alteration to its Gmail service, which has a new “Compose” window that pops up as a frame within the current window of your Gmail. It is much more minimalistic than the previous “compose” window, Rich text formatting options have been minimized into a single box, which expands on a click. A new feature that has been added is the ability to insert files using Google Drive, which will share the link within the email directly so that the recipient can open a file. Also, calendar invitations can be added to the mail on the fly. However, the twitterverse has voiced their disapproval of the change. Even the popular band OneRepublic posted on its official account that “anyone else struggling with the new Gmail “compose email from your inbox” function? Not a fan.” Twitter user @misskaul says “anyone else struggling with the new Gmail “compose email from your inbox” function? Not a fan.” Another twitter user @aras_p says “new gmail compose UI, you’re drunk. go home.”

For users that are not willing to adjust, there is an option to “temporarily switch back to the old compose” if you click on “more options” in the new compose window. However, the change will soon be made permanent and this will be the new look of Gmail.

What do you feel about the new “compose” look? Are you just as upset? Leave your comments below!

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