'Visible Bcc and PDF Viewer' Now Available to all Google Apps Domains

For Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education, domains with "enable pre-release features" checkbox disabled in the Administrator Control Panel, the following features are now available to these domains:Visible Bcc: Gmail will now provide email recipients an indicator when they are added via Bcc on an email. We will add a visible Bcc […]

For Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education, domains with "enable pre-release features" checkbox disabled in the Administrator Control Panel, the following features are now available to these domains:

  • Visible Bcc: Gmail will now provide email recipients an indicator when they are added via Bcc on an email. We will add a visible Bcc header only to messages sent from another Gmail user, not from external sources. Each Bcc recipient will only see themselves on the Bcc list.
  • PDF attachments showing the "View" link open with Chrome's native PDF viewer if available.

And, the following features are now intended for release to these domains on March 15:

  • Improved label visibility controls: The "Hide read labels" and "Hide Labels from Subjects" labs to help people manage their ever-growing lists of labels have graduated from Gmail Labs. Some improvements to how they work have also been made. Instead of simply hiding all labels from subject lines, you can now choose which labels to show or hide. We also revamped the Labels tab in Settings as well as the dropdown menus for each label in the label list.
  • Priority Inbox cleanup: If users have enabled Priority Inbox but have not used it in a while, they will see a "clean up" button which will mark all old important messages as read.

These features are already available to domains with the ‘enable pre-release features’ checkbox enabled.

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