Google’s ‘dynamic email’ to Roll Out for Everyone From July 2


Google’s Dynamic Email feature is available in its Beta mode since March month. If you have been using this feature in the beta mode, here’s some good news for you all. Google is releasing the dynamic email of Google Mail from July 2 for everyone.

The dynamic email feature will come as enabled one by default. However, the same can be disabled from the Settings menu of the Gmail app. If the user doesn’t like it, he can go to the Settings Menu and can disable it manually. There is a separate toggle button available to enable and disable this dynamic email feature.

According to Google, this is a very useful feature which will offer a user-friendly interface to the users. As per the company’s statement, the new dynamic mail feature will let users “easily take action directly from within the message itself, like RSVP to an event, fill out a questionnaire, browse a catalogue or respond to a comment”.

This innovative feature will make a long email conversation easier for users. Users will be allowed to respond just like a WhatsApp Message. The same feature is available on Google Docs where users can easily respond to a message with a simple message. The same will be made available to the existing email app.

If you want to see how this dynamic email will work in real life, the following tweet from G Suite’s official Twitter handle will help you to understand it.

Fortunately, the Beta update has already this Dynamic Email feature available for the users. Users can use this feature with the beta update of the app. You don’t have to wait for the official stable version of the app.

As we have mentioned the official release date of this dynamic email feature with the stable edition on July 2nd, users will start receiving the dynamic feature liked emails in the inbox while using the app. The feature will come as an enabled one by default. If you are unable to receive dynamic emails, you can go to the Settings menu and check for the same feature there. If it is disabled, you can make it enable manually from there.

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