Your Gmail account probably will soon look quite different.
Google is planning a major update to its email service, reports say. According to screenshots obtained by The Verge and Android Authority, the update, focused on web versions of Gmail, will include smart replies and a snooze option to temporarily remove emails.
Google could not be immediately reached for comment. In a statement sent to multiple outlets, Google said an update was in the works, but would not offer specifics.
“We need a bit more time to compose ourselves, so can’t share anything yet — archive this for now, and we’ll let you know when it’s time to hit send,” reads a portion of the statement.
The updated version of Gmail for web will also include a sidebar so users can access Calendar, the notetaking app Keep, and other services side-by-side with their email, according to reports.
Gmail is among the most popular email services. During an earnings call in 2016, Google revealed Gmail topped 1 billion users.
This article was originally published at USA Today.