From your greeting to your closing (and common phrases in between), Smart Compose suggests complete sentences in your emails so that you can draft them easily.
Smart Compose is Google's latest addition to its popular mailing client - Gmail - announced on Tuesday at Google I/O 2018. One of these was something called "Smart Replies" which also employs a set of machine learning algorithms to predict replies for you to an email. Just keep pressing Tab and suggested text is added automatically.
Smart Compose is a new Gmail feature that helps you write emails from scratch more quickly.
Snooze makes it harder to forget about important emails that you can't read or reply to straight away. This particular feature began appearing on Android apparatus a month and is now formally making its approach to iPhones too.
"Smart Compose helps save you time by cutting back on repetitive writing, while reducing the chance of spelling and grammatical errors". The feature even serves up relevant contextual phrases such as "Have a great weekend!" if you're emailing someone on a Friday. The big caveat: At least for now, it'll only work in Gmail on the web browser, not the smartphone apps. To check if you've got access, you'll first need to enable the new Gmail.
Google's I/O developer conference is underway and there will be plenty of announcements coming from the search giant.