Gmail is celebrating its 15th Birthday today. And on this special occasion, it got some cool handy features which make it using easier than ever. Google has added a Smart Scheduling feature in its Gmail service which let the user to schedule the mail to be sent to the recipient.
In addition, the tech giant also improves the Smart Compose functionality of Gmail which suggests ways to finish the sentence in the email making it easier to compose mail in a couple of minutes.
Out of both of these two, the most focused changes made in this update is the addition of Smart Scheduling feature. This is a great feature which makes it easier to send mail at any preset time. To set smart scheduling, just compose your email as you do always. Then when you finished writing click on the arrow next to the “Send” button in the composer. There you’ll see a composer bring up with the schedule which you want to set. Just enter your preferred time and done. Your email will be scheduled to the time you entered.
While the next in the row is the improvement in the Smart Compose feature. Google says, after this update, Gmail will remember how you greet to your certain colleagues (eg. “Hey there”) and will automatically suggest you at the starting of your mail composition. In addition, Smart Compose will also now suggest the subject line for your email based on what you have written in the main body of your mail.
Both of these are minor updates which hits today on Gmail. However, they will surely make it easier for users to compose and send emails via Gmail.
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