Google’s new confidential mode is rolling out to G Suite users and will be turned on by default starting on June 25th. Personal account holders have been able to use this feature since Gmail’s mid-2018 redesign, but Gmail users at work have not.
“Confidential mode is a powerful tool that will come in handy at work if you send messages containing sensitive details,” reports The Verge. “It lets you set an expiration date for your message, which cuts off access when that day arrives. While the message is available, recipients won’t be able to forward your message to others, copy its contents, or download it, and the sender can revoke access at any point. To add another layer of security, you can set the message to only unlock after the recipient types in an SMS verification code that’s sent to their phone number.” Slashdot reader shanen reacts: Apparently the Google
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