Google is testing a self-destruct feature for mail messages in Gmail

Google is testing a self-destruct feature for mail messages in Gmail

If we read this news at the beginning of the current month, to me it’s news (April Fool’s) that I thought Google offered on the first of April in each year, but the news is true, the self-destruct feature for messages mail Gmail coming .

This feature means that the sender will time after a Will the message sent by the disappearance of the device of the consignee.

And Google currently has this feature on a limited number of users.

Google is testing a self-destruct feature for mail messages in Gmail

Self-destruct feature would be a way to link up to a person’s future, expiring through time.

If the receiver of the message to go via the link will not read the message of the mailing before expiration.

We have no yet word on any extra details or date of the arrival of this wonderful water.

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