Have you always wanted to send e-mails you classify as secret? Have you been worried about how to send this messages and have them deleted once they are read or place some restrictions on messages delivered?
Confidential mode is the way forward. Gmail has rolled out its Confidential Mode to the Gmail iOS and Android apps.
Confidential Mode gives you tight control over the e-mails you send. You can set emails to expire after a set amount of time, similar to a Snapchat message, or take away someone’s access to a confidential email at any time.
Confidential Mode is part ofthat Google released this year. Recipient won’t be able to forward, copy, print or download a confidential message, but will have privileges of taking snapshots. Google points out they can still take screenshots.
When sending a confidential email you also have the option of requiring a SMS passcode to open the message. If you choose this, the recipient will get a text with a passcode, and have to enter it to open the message.
Instructions on how to send and open confidential emails can be found on google’s support page