Gmail is a popular email app and Google made sure to revamp the user interface this year. The company is now in the process of rolling out a newer version of the Gmail-which can be accessed through the web browser. The layout has been changed and tweaked, which has set it apart from the older version-which makes Gmail so much easier to use as compared to the previous versions.
This is what the new improvements can do on Gmail
Now you can smart compose on Gmail. The users do not have to type each world while drafting an email. The system employs artificial intelligence tool called “Smart Compose” which speeds up the typing process by suggesting a bunch of words that then complete the sentence. There is also a confidential mode that puts restrictions on the recipients of an email from forwarding, copying, downloading or printing it. The sender can also set an expiry date, and the email will get automatically deleted from the recipient’s inbox. There is an unread emails feature which sends out reminders just in case the person has missed out on some important mail. You will never have to face the disappointment of not replying to emails on time. There is the option to attend to emails later-which is sort of a snooze button for emails. These snoozes will automatically show up at the top of the inbox at the chosen time. There is no more replying to the same monotonous emails because smart reply suggests possible replies for repetitive emails. The email service has also added a local offline support to the Gmail service so users can now access their inbox without having to download the web browser extension of it.
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