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”

Gmail for Android gets ‘Confidential mode’

Google’s revamped Gmail has a brand-new feature “confidential mode’ that was limited to the desktop version up until now. Google today is rolling it to the Android app as well. Since it is a server-side roll out, you don’t even have to update the app.  Continue reading “Gmail for Android gets ‘Confidential mode’”

Gmail for Android and iOS now lets you turn off conversation view

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Google is finally adding an option to Gmail for Android and iOS that lets you disable Conversation view. Replies to emails are usually grouped together as “conversations,” to make them easier to follow, while some prefer to see each of their emails listed individually in their inbox. Continue reading “Gmail for Android and iOS now lets you turn off conversation view”

Gmail update for Android hints at email scheduling

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Google is finally working on bringing native e-mail scheduling of its own without making users go through with any workarounds to schedule emails. Since Google is working on e-mail scheduling for mobile, it should be coming to the web as well. Continue reading “Gmail update for Android hints at email scheduling”

Dropbox Gmail add-on for sharing and saving files released

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Google and Dropbox today have announced a partnership today and through this partnership, both the companies will see their first-ever product integration which is a DropBox add-on for Gmail.  Continue reading “Dropbox Gmail add-on for sharing and saving files released”

Google G Suite gets Grammar Suggestions in Google Docs, Smart Reply in Hangouts Chat and more

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Google today announced that it is introducing new grammar suggestions in Google Docs along with a revamped interface for spelling and grammar review. Alongside this, Google is introducing a slew of new features to GSuite including Security center investigation tool, Data regions, Smart Reply in Hangouts Chat, Smart Compose, voice commands in Hangouts Meet hardware. Continue reading “Google G Suite gets Grammar Suggestions in Google Docs, Smart Reply in Hangouts Chat and more”

Google clarifies third-party app developers having access to your Gmail

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The Wall Street Journal had posted a story on how Google lets third-party app developers read and analyze the contents of a user’s Gmail message. Today in response to that story, Google has published a new blog post detailing how its user and business organization using G Suite are protected and how important privacy and security is for Google.  Continue reading “Google clarifies third-party app developers having access to your Gmail”

Gmail V8.6 for Android hints at priority-based notifications, email bundling; adds unsubscribe tips

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Google is rolling out a new update to Gmail which brings the version number to V8.6. This update finally adds the unsubscribe suggestions and this will make it easier to keep your mail a bit cleaner. It also hints at high-priority notification filter and a limited test of email bundling.  Continue reading “Gmail V8.6 for Android hints at priority-based notifications, email bundling; adds unsubscribe tips”

Gmail for iOS gets AI powered high-priority notifications

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Google today is rolling out a new update to its Gmail app for iOS. This new update brings changes to the way the app pushes out notifications. When you receive important emails in your Gmail inbox, the app identifies which mail will need your attention.  Continue reading “Gmail for iOS gets AI powered high-priority notifications”

Revamped Gmail interface with Smart Replies, confidential mode to roll out for everyone in July

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Google revamped the Gmail interface with Smart Replies, confidential mode, priority notifications, Nudge’ respond reminders was rolled out in early adaptors program back in April, and the interface is still in preview. The new UI will roll out to all G Suite users in July, and we hope it will be available for regular Gmail users as well at the same time. Continue reading “Revamped Gmail interface with Smart Replies, confidential mode to roll out for everyone in July”

PayPal is now integrated as payment solution within Gmail, YouTube, Google Pay and Google Store

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PayPal and Google already work together to allow users to pay via PayPal in-store, online and in-app with Google Pay and on Chrome mobile web at millions of online merchants using their PayPal accounts. Today both the companies are extending their partnership across Google ecosystem.  Continue reading “PayPal is now integrated as payment solution within Gmail, YouTube, Google Pay and Google Store”

Google revamps Gmail with Smart Replies, confidential mode, priority notifications and more [Update: ‘Nudge’ respond reminders now rolling out]

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Update: Google has started rolling out respond reminder feature that will ‘nudge’ users to reply to emails they may have missed and to follow up on emails for which they haven’t received a response. This is enabled by default for users with the new Gmail enabled, but you can can turn it off from the Gmail settings menu.

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Gmail for iOS now lets you send and receive money, snooze e-mails

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Google is rolling out a new update to Gmail for iOS using which you can send and receive money, and snooze emails. Using Google Pay with Gmail, you can now send or receive money. This was rolled out for Android last year.  Continue reading “Gmail for iOS now lets you send and receive money, snooze e-mails”

Gmail Smart Compose uses AI to quickly draft e-mails

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Google revamped Gmail for web a while ago and today at the I/O 2018, the company announced that Gmail will soon get Smart Compose feature. This is powered by artificial intelligence and will help you draft emails from a lot faster.  Continue reading “Gmail Smart Compose uses AI to quickly draft e-mails”

Gmail for iOS gets two-Step verification prompts

Last Google replaced SMS based verification with device-based Prompts. However, that was not the case for iOS, and they had to rely on Google app for two-factor authentication when logging in. To save them from the trouble, Google is now rolling out the 2-Step verification prompts for iOS Gmail app. Continue reading “Gmail for iOS gets two-Step verification prompts”