You may have heard the news that Google released the new Gmail today. It's appearing in browsers around the world as we speak, but another Gmail implementation is also getting some new tidbits. The Gmail app for Android will be snoozing as part of this review, and it seems that this feature is being extended to smartphones.
Snooze for Gmail works the same way as it does in Inbox. Just tap Snooze (in the overflow menu) when you're viewing an email, and you can choose a time when the email will ping your inbox again. It's a way to remember to deal with that email. Gmail has the same interface as the Inbox with suggested sleep times and the option to set a custom snooze feature.
As far as we can tell, there is no reason and no reason who gets the snooze function. It does not seem to have anything to do with using the updated web interface or the new task app. There's a new version of the Gmail app (v8.4 on APK Mirror) floating around, but we've seen Snooze appear in both the old and the new version. The snooze version seems to be one of Google's staged server-side rollouts – you'll get the feature whenever you get it. Classic Google