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No one will be able to read your email sent to you without this one setting on Gmail || TechBeat News

May 01, 2018


New Delhi (Tech Desk): Gmail has added many new features to its upgrade. These features have confidential mode. With this feature, you can set your mail end date to password. Understand that in the simplest language, your sent mail will automatically expire after certain limit. To read your mail with it, the front user will need to block passcode coming to your phone. So you know about these steps, with the help of which your sent mail will be fully compatible.

Android smartphone :

Step 1: Open the Gmail app in your smartphone. After this, tap the icon like pen to write the message.

Step 2: On the right side of the compose page you will see three dots. Tap on these. Here you will see Confidential Mode, tap on it.

Step 3: Here you will see the Set expiration option. With this option, you can set a time limit for your mail, after which the mail you send will end automatically. In Set expiration, you get 5 options where you can set the time from one week to 5 years.

Step 4: After this you will see the Require passcode option. You can select it at the SMS passcode option. That is, now you will need an SMS code to read the mail you sent. Choose according to your convenience.

Step 5: After this, tap the SAVE button. Your sent mail is now completely safe and confidential.



Desktop

Step 1: Open the browser in your PC and interact by typing Gmail.com. After this, click the Compose button to write the message.

Step 2: In the message pop up you will see an icon on the bottom which will be in the shape of the lock and clock, click on it. This icon is the Confidential mode option.

Step 3: Here you will see the Set expiration option. With this option, you can set a time limit for your mail, after which the mail you send will end automatically. In Set expiration, you get 5 options where you can set the time from one week to 5 years.

Step 4: After this you will see the Require passcode option. You can select it in one of the SMS passcode and no SMS passcode options.

Step 5: After this, tap the SAVE button. Your sent mail is now completely safe and confidential.



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