Google launches auto-complete sentences in Gmail

Google launches auto-complete sentences in Gmail

At Google's annual I/O developer conference today (May 8), the company outlined how artificial intelligence will continue to drive innovation, including some new features coming to Google products you may already be using. More specifically, Smart Compose "suggests complete sentences in your emails". With it working in the background you just begin typing as you normally would and Smart Compose will offer you suggestions as you go. The suggestions will appear in faint type ahead of your cursor; hitting the tab button will add them to your message. If you haven't started using the new Gmail yet, click Try the new Gmail.

Along with saving a lot of time taken in composing a mail, the feature will potentially also save you from sending mails with grammatical errors or typos, which can be quite embarrassing.

Alongside the Gmail update there's also some big new features coming to Google Photos.

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Using machine learning, Google can nearly write an email for you, based on recipient (s), subject line, and a few words in the body. For now, the new Money Feature is made available in the United States.

"If you want to switch back, you can always uncheck the box", said Google. Once that's done, they will need to go to Settings General and enable Experimental access. It then brought that Snooze feature to Gmail on the web with a big redesign that rolled out late last month.

You can also report an email as a phishing scam by clicking on the dropdown menu, marked by an arrow, in the righthand corner. In that one, Google quickly scanned email for context before leaving several options for a quick reply.

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