Gmail 'Smart Compose' is Coming in the Next Few Weeks

Alfred Osborne
May 9, 2018

While AI and email are still a bit of a privacy concern, the new features could ease users into some level of trust in exchange for added convenience.

Google is amping up its use of artificial intelligence in email with a new Gmail feature called Smart Compose that tries to finish certain sentences for you.

From there, you'll find options to send or request money via Pay. The payments will be sent and received through attachments within the app.

Google is giving Gmail a substantial update, offering better integration with G Suite apps, along with security, collaboration, and AI enhancements. In one of his initial announcements, Pichai highlighted the fact that they have since fixed the cheeseburger emoji, however, then something else came to his attention. As with the iOS app, you can click on the button to put emails on hold.

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For example, if you are at a wedding and have 10 photos of the bride, Google Photos will understand this and give you a simple way to group and send the images.

"You may see a new photo creation that plays with pops of color". You need to enter the Debit Card's details on which you want to transfer your money. The upcoming Android P update will bring a host of new features and enhancements later this year, and owners of 11 different Android phones can join a public beta now. The company says that they are working for the same feature to be made available in other countries of the world.

Still, it's a huge leap forward for email composition, and another reason to start using Gmail's web client instead of Outlook for work.

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