Google rolls out dynamic email in Gmail to make it more useful and interactive [Update: Available for all users from July 2]

Update: June 12, 2019 — Google has announced that Dynamic email in Gmail will be available for everyone and will be on by default for all domains.

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Google rolls out Gmail ‘Confidential Mode’ for enterprise users [Update: Available for all G Suite users from June 25]

Update: May 29, 2019 — Google has announced that Gmail confidential mode will become generally available for all G Suite users from June 25, 2019. It will be set to default ON, but you can choose to disable this feature.

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Gmail for iOS gets much needed swipe gesture

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Google recently announced a brand-new mobile redesign for Gmail with many new productivity improvements. The company has added a new swipe action in Gmail on iOS to do any of the following actions: Archive, Trash, Mark as read/unread, Snooze, and Move to. Continue reading “Gmail for iOS gets much needed swipe gesture”

Google to shut down Inbox by Gmail on April 2

Update — March 19: After confirming that it will shut down Inbox by Gmail app at the end of March 2019, Google has started showing alerts for the users that says that the app will be going away in 15 days, which is April 2nd, 2019. Google has already shut down Allo this month, and will shut down goo.gl URL Shortener later this month and Google+ on April 2nd as a part of Spring Cleaning.

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Gmail Smart Compose now available to all Android phones

Smart Compose is a neat addition to Gmail which based on your email writing patterns and commonly used phrases, tries to predict what you will say next and surfaces it as a suggestion that you can simply accept. The feature was initially available as an experimental feature on the desktop and then was added to G Suite accounts. Then it later was available as an exclusive to the Pixel 3 which is changing finally. Continue reading “Gmail Smart Compose now available to all Android phones”

Gmail for web gets right-click context menu with reply, forward, mute and more

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Gmail’s new Web UI rolled out almost a year ago and the platform ever since has been constantly gaining new features including snoozing for emails and much more. The company today is adding a new context menu for the right click with twelve commonly-used actions.  Continue reading “Gmail for web gets right-click context menu with reply, forward, mute and more”

Gmail uses TensorFlow machine learning to remove 100 million spam messages every day

Google has announced using its new protections powered TensorFlow open source machine learning framework is blocking around 100 million additional spam messages on Gmail every day. It is now blocking spam categories that used to be very hard to detect. TensorFlow was able to block image-based messages, emails with hidden embedded content, and messages from newly created domains that try to hide a low volume of spammy messages within legitimate traffic.
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Google revamps Gmail on Android and iOS: What’s new in the redesigned Gmail app?

Quite lately, Google has been revamping its entire set of products in an attempt to optimise and suite the latest trend. The search engine giant has recently made some notable changes in GDrive and Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Sites on the web. Continue reading “Google revamps Gmail on Android and iOS: What’s new in the redesigned Gmail app?”

Gmail down in India and parts of Europe as users face log-in issues [Update: It’s back]

Update: Several users have started reporting that they are able to log-in and are not facing 404 issue anymore. Continue reading “Gmail down in India and parts of Europe as users face log-in issues [Update: It’s back]”

Gmail for iOS gets “All Inboxes” to view emails from multiple accounts in single inbox

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Google has announced that Gmail for iOS will now let you view emails from multiple accounts in single inbox be it your work or personal, G Suite or non-G Suite, even third-party IMAP accounts. Continue reading “Gmail for iOS gets “All Inboxes” to view emails from multiple accounts in single inbox”

Google integrates Gmail Compose Actions with Dropbox, Atlassian, more

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Google has introduced Compose Actions which is a new channel for integrating your other tools with Gmail. This feature makes it easy to add links and attachments from apps like Box, Dropbox, Atlassian’s Jira, and Egnyte to any Gmail message while you are drafting it.  Continue reading “Google integrates Gmail Compose Actions with Dropbox, Atlassian, more”

Google Pixel phones to get Smart Compose in Gmail app, expands support to Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese

Back in May, Google introduced ‘Smart Compose’ in Gmail on the web, which uses machine learning to help you draft emails faster. Now, Google announced that it is bringing Smart Compose to the Gmail mobile app, starting with Pixel 3. Smart Compose will offer writing suggestions as you type and if you like what you see, just swipe right to use it.
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Gmail V8.8 removes follow-up reminders and quick replies, hints at snooze until ‘Someday’

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Gmail has received new update and instead of adding features, Google is removing the ‘nudges’ feature on Gmail accounts for few users depending on past usage, account type. It is also eliminating the quick responses. Nudges for Gmail is rolled out earlier this year to remind users to send replies to message or follow up on messages to get a response. Continue reading “Gmail V8.8 removes follow-up reminders and quick replies, hints at snooze until ‘Someday’”

Gmail for Android now lets you ‘Undo’ sent emails

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Gmail for Android is finally getting the Undo button- a feature that is present on the desktop site.  The Gmail for Android V8.7 can now undo sent emails and this allows you to have a few extra seconds to quickly reverse the message and add anything that you might have missed. Continue reading “Gmail for Android now lets you ‘Undo’ sent emails”