Gmail is rolling out its smart composer features to all Android user


Recently on Google I/O conference, the search giant had announced several features that it planned to roll out to all its users.One of the highlighted topic was smart compose for Gmail. Now it is made available to all Android user. After you update your app you will see a pop-up explaining what the feature is when you start typing an email, and after you’ve written a few words, you’ll get a suggestion. Simply swipe on the text (not the keyboard) to accept the suggestion, or continue typing if you want to say something else.

It is auto enabled initially but you have total control on it. You can disable or enable when you want simply by opening the account where you can disable it by ticking off the Smart Compose box.

What actually is smart compose?

Smart Compose is simply a useful additional feature added to Gmail. Based on your email writing patterns and some commonly used phrases, it tries to predict what you will say next and surfaces it as a suggestion that you can simply accept and save some time. The feature began as an experimental feature on the desktop, then was added to G Suite accounts, but it wasn’t until the October Pixel event that we learned it would be coming to phones as a Pixel exclusive. However, it turns out the feature would actually be exclusive to the Pixel 3, and not even users of the Pixel 2 or any other devices could benefit from it. Finally it is available toa all Android user.


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