Today Gmail updated its layout with two new themes, “Preview” and “Preview (Dense)”. Over the years, adding countless features to Gmail has made it an increasingly powerful communication hub, but along the way the interface has also become more cluttered and complex. So Google introduced these new themes to help strip out unnecessary clutter and make Gmail as beautiful as it is powerful. Google few days back announced its plan to improve its entire network, to bring an experience that’s more focused, elastic, and effortless across all of the Google products.
Take a look at one of the new theme,
What Google have to say about it,
“ We’re kicking things off with two new themes for you to try out as a sort of sneak peek at what we’re up to. Starting today, you’ll see the “Preview” and “Preview (Dense)” themes in the Themes tab in Gmail Settings. Why two themes? Our new interface will eventually expand dynamically to accommodate different screen sizes and user preferences, but until then you can pick the information density that you prefer.
If you poke around you’ll hopefully find a lot to like and a much cleaner, modern look but also few rough edges. In particular, some Labs features may look a little strange in the new themes. We plan to fix these issues as we roll out changes in the coming months. You can also expect some updated themes that embody the same design principles but are better suited to working in a dark environment, use a different color palette, or include the illustrations that we know many of you love to see around your inbox. “
So to try out the new theme visit the Google Theme tab