Gmail's inbox has changed again. To help you navigate the changes, we've taken a closer look at the service's new customizable tabs Designed to make your inbox more approachable, tabs organize your incoming mail into categories, giving you an at-a-glance look at what's new.
If you haven't heard yet, Gmail is rolling out a new tabbed interface for the inbox on both desktop and mobile. At first glance, this looks great for email organization. On further inspection, these new tabs are confusing as hell.
Gmail users who upgraded Google Talk to Hangouts back in May were up in arms after discovering that doing so removed the ability to make voice calls. Google addressed this issue on Tuesday after it finally introduced voice calls to Hangouts.
Google tacked another announcement onto a day full of them with an update to Google Wallet that lets you send money via Gmail. As the video explains there will be a dollar-sign icon for Gmail attachments.
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