Send Protected Emails Using Gmail’s Smart Compose Confidential Mode
Have you checked with Gmails latest features launched on 15th Birthday?
In this video, we are going to see One of the latest features
• Ability to send protected email messages. Using ‘Confidential Mode’, the feature enables users to add a passcode to their sent mail.
• The confidential mode adds a passcode generated by Google to the sent message.
• This will also help users to add an extra layer of security as well as prevent unauthorized access.
Here is how to do it?
Step By Step Guide
•Open ‘www.gmail.com’ on your PC or Mac
•Login using the login credentials
•Once logged in, Tap on the ‘Compose’ button from the top left of the screen. In the compose window, enter the recipient’s email address and compose the email message
•Now, look for the lock with a clock icon located beside the send button at the bottom
•Click on that and choose the option ‘Confirm by SMS passcode.’
•Choose the expiration time limit
Enter recipient mobile number on which you want to send the confirmation SMS code
•The recipient will now receive the email message saying ‘Enter the passcode’, and the recipient has to verify the email by entering the passcode received on their smartphone.
•Once entered, the message will be unlocked.
•Users also have the option to encrypt their messages without the Passcode by choosing the option ‘No SMS passcode’ option.
Remember: Options for recipients to forward, copy, print, or download this email’s contents will be disabled.
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