Google Internet Corporation in the near future will launch an updated interface for the web version of the Gmail mail service. Among the innovations are self-destructing letters. This type of electronic mail will disappear from the contents of the box after a period of time specified by the sender. In addition, these letters will receive a number of additional functionality. To set the \After the sender sets the time of the \It is also allowed to add a request to confirm the recipient’s identity by sending him a password by SMS message or by re-entering the password to his Google account. The recipient will not be able to send such self-liquidating letters to anyone, print, copy or upload as a file on a PC. However, to capture the message, you can use the “screenshot” function on the computer or the camera of the mobile device. It is not yet clear how the innovation will be compatible with third-party mail services, since not everyone uses Gmail. It is expected that the updated service will work before the end of April or after the Google I / O 2018 developer conference, which starts on May 9.