Gmail and Google Photos get more features in latest upgrade

Gmail and Google Photos get more features in latest upgrade

Gmail and Google Photos get more features in latest upgrade

The feature operates in the background, so it is possible to write an email as you normally would.

The tool is an extension of Google's existing Smart Replies, which makes three suggestions for users to start their emails. When you use it, Gmail lets you specify when it should remind you about an important message.

So what's the next step for Smart Reply? Smart Compose will use machine learning to predict what words and phrases a Gmail user will type next when they compose a new email.

In order to send money through Gmail on iOS, first you need to launch on a respective iPhone or iPad device.

Email makes it easy for users to share information with just about anyone they want including friends, colleagues, and family, however, drafting a message can take some time.

Google said Smart Compose saves users time by "cutting back on repetitive writing".

It's the email soul mate you never knew you wanted.

At the search giant's annual developer conference it introduced a new feature for its Gmail email service called Smart Compose, which is created to reduce the number of taps you need to perform to write your messages. It can also add contextual phrases such as "Have a great weekend" if you're blasting off an email on Friday. You can access that by ticking the attachment button and scrolling all the way down. Or wildly inaccurate suggestions if you don't use Gmail all that often.

Either way, Smart Compose will appear in the new Gmail for consumers over the next few weeks, and arrive to business G Suite customers in the coming months.

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