Gmail Now Allows Users To Send Password-Protected Emails, Here Is How To Do It

Google has released a new feature for Gmail that now allows users to send password-protected emails, providing an extra layer of security.

Nowadays, email has become a primary means of communication for both personal and professional purposes. However, with sensitive information being shared via email, it’s crucial to ensure our emails are secure. To help users with this, Google has a feature that allows users to send password-protected emails on Gmail, providing an extra layer of security. Whether you’re sending confidential business information or personal details, this feature ensures that only the intended recipient can access the contents of the email.

Gmail’s confidential mode allows users to send messages and attachments with an added layer of security to help protect sensitive information from unauthorised access. Confidential mode also provides the option to set an expiration date for messages or revoke access at any time. When a message is sent in confidential mode, the recipient’s options to forward, copy, print, and download are disabled.

Let’s take a look at how to use the Confidential mode on Gmail and keep your mail password protected.

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