Gmail Smart Compose will help you type better emails

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Smart Compose helps Gmail write emails "quickly with confidence", as a Google blog entry puts it, by making suggestions for the rest of the sentence as you write. This ebook offers a detailed look at the most significant new features. "Because it operates in the background, you can write an email like you normally would, and Smart Compose will offer suggestions as you type".

Google is giving Gmail a substantial update, offering better integration with G Suite apps, along with security, collaboration, and AI enhancements.

With the most recent edition of Gmail to get iOS, iPhone consumers will have the ability to benefit from this new snooze button which will permit them to put off mails that they can not read and/or reply straight away. "It can even suggest relevant contextual phrases", Google stated. That's it, you'll be good to go, ready to try Smart Compose as soon as its available. It actually suggests complete sentences in emails and users just have to press tab if they want to use the suggested phrase. "For example, if it's Friday it may suggest "Have a great weekend!" as a closing phrase". If Spring's just sprung, Smart Compose might suggest "happy Spring!"

During Google I/O 2018, the company revealed a new Smart Compose feature which will be added to Gmail.

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Smart Compose will appear in the next few weeks to customers who opted for the refreshed version of Gmail.

You might be able to access Smart Compose right this minute.

Users must then access the General tab in the settings menu, and scroll down and enable "experimental access".

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