Today at Google's I/O 2018 keynote event, the company revealed Smart Compose, new feature for Gmail rolling out soon. This particular feature began appearing on Android apparatus a month and is now formally making its approach to iPhones too. Where Smart Reply is just a few words long and restricted to a few different options, Smart Compose can change.
To try to restore confidence in email, Bank said the Gmail team has "been revisiting some of the fundamental assumptions about email security" and devised the following improvements. It will also help fill in saved information like names and physical addresses. Gmail users can send and request money from one of their contacts by tapping the same button they would hit to send an attachment and scrolling down the list. To ensure you're eligible to try out this new capability, head into your settings and make sure "Try the new Gmail" is enabled. Google CEO Sundar Pichai joked during the demo that this new feature has caused him to write a lot more emails to employees. The feature allows users to quickly shoot off replies to emails based on the content of those emails, and it was a huge time saver for anyone that needed to reply to a ton of emails. It also has certain privacy-based aspects like a simplified risk warning, an easier way to unsubscribe from spam newsletters, and a new Confidential mode. In Gboard, morse code has been added to help differently abled users type on the keyboard; the feature is now available in beta. Google did offer a demonstration video, and the feature looks pretty cool. This 21 october 2005 file photo shows waiters catering a reception at the Google stand working in front of a logo of the U.S. search engine giant at the Frankfurt Book Fair in Frankfurt, Germany.