In addition to Google Calendar (or Google Calendar), which was one of the first of the giant web services to have their visual refurbished to stay with the face of the recently launched Google+, the honor of having (albeit unofficially) the look the new social network in other company ‘s services also ended up in the lap popular Gmail.
Without making much fanfare late on Thursday Google released the new subjects for users of its service e-mail, conveniently dubbed Preview and Preview (dense).
Among the highlights of the new look are its clean appearance, with fewer lines, new sources and greater spacing between elements of the page. The blue button charge of the search is there, and the function of creating a new e-mail is now on a red button. But the arrangement of elements on the page is the same as the service users are already accustomed.
Those who were interested in the news, good news: you can activate it immediately. To do this, just go to Settings »Themes and select the model of your choice at the end of the list. The preview model is for those who use larger monitors (and greater availability of pixels) while the Preview (dense) seems to work best on smaller monitors.
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