How to enable the new Gmail right now

Google released today April 25, a major overhaul of its email service with lots of new features, which will be available gradually throughout the day.

If you’re excited and can’t wait, here’s how to enable the new Gmail on your account right now.

Get The New Gmail Now

Personal Gmail Accounts

  1. Login to your Gmail Account
  2. Click on the gear icon (⚙) in the upper right corner of the screen
  3. If the update is already rolled out to your Gmail account you’ll see an option to do that
  4. Select Try the new Gmail, the first item on the dropdown list

Just keep checking, if you don’t see the option on your account. The update is supposed to be global for all users.

G Suite Accounts

For all G Suite Accounts, here’s how to enable the new Gmail interface:

Keep in mind if your email is managed by your school or work, only the account administrator can enable the new Gmail through the Early Adopter Program.

  1. Sign in to your Gmail Account with your work or school Gmail through Google Admin Console
  2. On the left panel, go to Apps, then G Suite
  3. On the right-hand side, you’ll see a list of all the Google services available for your account, click on Gmail
  4. Scroll all the way to the bottom, then select Advanced settings
  5. Under End Users Settings, find the New Gmail Early Adopter Program
  6. Click on the second option to allow users to access the new Gmail
  7. Save the settings

The Try the new Gmail option should be available across all accounts. The update may take up to an hour before it propagates to all users.

We hope this article has helped you enable the new Gmail design on your account. If you have any feedback or questions, then please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below.

Herby has a healthy obsession with all things technology, especially with smartphones. He loves to rip things apart to see how they work.

Leave a Comment

Thanks for choosing to leave a comment. Please keep in mind that all comments are moderated according to our comment policy, and your email address will NOT be published nor shared.