Gmail has a feature called Confidential Mode that disables the recipient’s ability to forward, copy, print, and download any email that you send to them. Using confidential mode, you can also set an expiry date for the email so that it self-destructs after a period of time, and you can also lock your email with a passcode received via SMS.

Follow these steps to turn on Confidential Mode:

* Compose a new email.
* Click the Confidential Mode button in the bottom toolbar. It looks like a lock and timer.
* In the window that opens, use the Set Expiry dropdown to set an expiration date for the email.
* Next, choose a passcode option. If you select No SMS passcode, there’s no additional protection. If you select an SMS passcode, you must enter the recipient’s phone number to receive the passcode via SMS.
* Click Save
* Compose the rest of your email in the usual way
* Click Send.

Please let me know if you need any assistance with this?


Max Roberts,
Incognito Privacy Care.