The Gmail application is set to get another symbol as a part of a more extensive rebrand of Google’s G Suite software, which incorporates Gmail, Docs, Meet, Sheets, and Calendar.

Supplanting the classic Gmail envelope logo is a M made out of Google’s blue, red, yellow, and green brand tones.

The new design adjusts Gmail to Google’s center image just as Google Maps, Google Photos, Google Chrome, and other Google items.

As per Fast Company, Google thought about dropping the M inside and out or completely eliminating the red tone from the Gmail symbol, however client research considers indicated that individuals weren’t content with those changes.

Google has likewise updated its Calendar, Docs, Meet, and Sheets logos to coordinate the new Gmail design, while G Suite has become “Google Workspace” trying to merge Gmail, Chat, and Docs into a more incorporated entirety.

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