If you want to use confidential mode, you simply need to hit the "Compose" button to start your email. Confidential mode has been recently added to Gmail for Android, which is meant to help users protect sensitive information from unauthorized access.
The expiration can be set to a week, a month, or years. In case they change their mind about wanting the recipient to see the message, access can be revoked. After enabling the feature, you can then choose the settings you would like to use. Recipients can confirm their identities with a passcode via text message.
Google also notes that although confidential mode helps prevent the confidential email's recipients from accidentally sharing your email, it doesn't prevent them from taking screenshots or photos of the users messages and attachments. But those who use another email service will still have to use a passcode to access the info. Additionally, recipients can't forward, copy, print or download these emails. So the solution is not flawless just yet.
Open Gmail app tap on the menu icon on the left go to Sent.
Open up the Gmail app on your Android device.
Tap on the three-dot-menu in the top right corner and then tap on Confidential mode.
Tap the remove access option at the bottom of the email.
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