Yesterday, Google announced its decision to discontinue Inbox by Gmail, citing the fact that many of its features are now available in Gmail proper. With that in mind, it isn’t surprising to see the purge continue, and now Google has announced that it will discontinue the Gmail Offline Chrome app as well. The shut down officially happens later this year. Gmail Offline has been with us for a long time. It was originally launched back in 2011, but despite that seven-year run, the Chrome Web Store page for Gmail Online still refers to it as a beta. Indeed, that same listing says that the last update was delivered on August 9, 2013 – more than five years ago at this point – so it isn’t like development on Gmail Online has been particularly active lately.These days, Gmail for web offers native offline capability, which pretty much erases the need for a separate Gmail Offline app. In a post to the G Suite Updates blog, Google says that native functionality within Gmail “is easier to use and performs better” than Gmail Offline, so it’s made the decision to remove the app from the Chrome Web Store on December 3. Inbox by Gmail, on the other hand, won’t be shutting down until March 2019.Enabling offline functionality in Gmail for web is pretty straightforward. All you need to do is head into your individual settings, click the “Offline” tab, and then check the box next to “enable offline mail.” After that, you’re free to delete the Gmail Offline Chrome app and then continue forward using only Gmail for web.AdChoices广告So, for those who got a lot of use out of Gmail Offline, this could be seen as the end of an era, but it makes sense that Google would want to consolidate users around Gmail for web instead of having them use a bunch of different apps. What do you think of this move? Head down to the comments section and let us know! Story TimelineGoogle improves Gmail offline feature for ChromeGmail Offline and mobile web app get refreshed UI
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Almost a fifth (18%) of respondents plan to introduce new employee benefits in 2017, according to research by Secondsight.Its survey of 250 UK-based HR directors and managers at organisations with 50-5,000 employees, also found that just 5% of respondents intend to remove benefits in 2017.The research also found:95% of respondents will see their benefits budget rise in 2017.53% of respondents offer employee benefits because they want to look after their employees, 44% use employee benefits as a recruitment tool, and 42% provide employee benefits because they believe they are good for their employees’ wellbeing.55% of respondents provide employees with access to a wellbeing programme.29% of respondents would like to offer financial education in 2017, 49% would like to introduce mental health first aid benefits, and 34% plan to implement some form of critical illness or medical insurance this year.62% of respondents expect the decision to leave the European Union (EU) to impact their HR strategy, and 39% believe that Brexit will make it more difficult to recruit the right people.Ian Bird (pictured), director of business development at Secondsight, said: “The wellbeing agenda is gaining momentum, with employers taking a broader view when it comes to employee wellbeing; it seems there’s a real focus not only on the more traditional wellbeing, but also now on financial wellbeing and mental wellbeing.“Uncertainty is going to make HR’s life more difficult. However, in spite of the times that we live in, it is encouraging to see employers investing in the future of their employees through the benefits package.“While almost all employers questioned will see a budget rise in 2017, increased costs and the impact of Brexit will have wider ramifications on the HR strategy going forward, which we will need to consider.”