Gmail's Smart Compose will ensure you never type an email again

Gwen Vasquez
May 9, 2018

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.

At its I/O developers conference today, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said the company is broadly rolling out a Gmail feature it calls Smart Compose. With the recent redesign, all Gmail users got access to Smart Reply, a feature that had been on the smartphone apps for a while, which suggests a few short responses at the bottom of the Compose window based on emails you've sent before.

It reminds us of Google search's auto-complete function; it suggests sentences for you to add to your emails.

It's similar to Smart Reply, a long-running Gmail feature, which puts suggested replies at the bottom of the email window.

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If you see a suggestion you like, hit tab and it will be filled in. If you aren't, go to Settings Try the new Gmail. "For example, if it's Friday it may suggest 'Have a great weekend!' as a closing phrase", read the Google post. It should minimize the possibility of grammatical or spelling mistakes. To ensure you're eligible to try out this new capability, head into your settings and make sure "Try the new Gmail" is enabled. Users can snooze their Gmail app until pre-set times like "later this week" or set a custom date and time. The suggestions will appear automatically once you begin typing the sentence.

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

Pichai credited the new AI features to Google's investment in computational powers.

Another incredible advancement that Google added to Gmail to get iOS is the capacity to send and ask cash as an attachment in Gmail using Google Pay.

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