Gmail is one of the best-developed webmail platforms in the digital world. You don't keep your place at the top by stagnating, though, and Google released a quality-of-life update on Wednesday that brought some cool changes to the platform.
The first change is an update to the way that Gmail handles Google Docs' collaborative document process. If you sent a Google Doc to another user in the past, it would actually just be a link to your original work.
Editing the document meant changing the original, too. Now, emailing a Google Doc as an attachment lets the recipient edit their own version of the document.
That's not the only thing that Google changed. A new security feature that the company brought to Gmail and Chrome could power-up your computer's security.