Confidential Mode can block an email from being forwarded to anyone else and will stop anyone printing or downloading its content.
How To turn on the Smart Compose feature? If you set one-day, the e-mail will be deleted after 24-hours, if you set one-week, the e-mail will be deleted in seven-days, and so on.
You're all done. The other person can access the confidential mail until the time you have specified.
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Enable the SMS passcode feature.
This major upgrade brings a raft of changes to the service including offering the ability to send messages in Confidential Mode and an instant way to block spam. Once again, you will go to the Setting icon on the top right corner and click on it.
What happens when you hit send? Same options can be selected to switch off the particular feature. You can send confidential messages to anyone - not just Gmail users. Nothing at first, Google accepts any number at this stage.
To access Confidential Mode, click the clock and padlock icon when composing an email. To give you an example, I received some story pitch over email. It could be possible that you accidentally send the confidential mail to the wrong person.
Once that's done, it's time to actually get Smart Compose to work. What's more, besides auto deleting e-mails, you can also lock them with a passcode. Whenever you type an email from now on, Google will start delivering suggestions for your sentence.
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