Gmail Gains Email Scheduling; Smart Compose Feature Coming to iOS

To celebrate the 15th anniversary of Gmail, Google today announced some new features that are soon going to make its way to the service. Google first debuted Smart Compose in Gmail with the Pixel 3 last year and recently expanded it to include some Android devices. Now, the company has announced that it is bringing Smart Compose to more languages — Spanish, French, Italian, and Portuguese and expanding it to more devices.

Additionally, Google is expanding Smart Compose to more Android devices and the feature will make its way to iOS soon as well. The feature itself is also getting smarter and will now offer personalized suggestions depending on your typing style and history. It will also be capable of suggesting a subject line for an email depending on the content you have written.

Secondly, Google is adding email scheduling to Gmail. This means you can schedule an email to send it at a later date and time. If you work in a team that’s spread across multiple timezones, this feature is going to be a boon for you.

Lastly, you will be able to directly reply to a comment thread in Google Docs right from within an email in Gmail. You will also be able to browse hotel recommendations and more right from within the email instead of opening a new tab.

Google has been rolling out major features to Gmail since last year itself. The web version of the service got a major redesign last year, with Google rolling out a redesigned Gmail for iOS app last month.

We Want to Hear From You

Do you use Gmail as your primary mail service? Have you tried its Smart Compose feature on the web? If yes, are you glad that it is making its way to the iOS version as well? Or will you stick to your existing mail app?

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[Via Google]