Smart Compose In Gmail Suggests Emails Subject Lines Based On What You Are Writing
At the beginning of this week, Gmail announced its new features including email scheduling and upgraded Smart Compose. Those minor updates were to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Gmail. Today, the subsidiary of the tech giant gave more details about the latest novelties. Gmail’s new feature, Smart Compose, is able not only “adapt to the way you write,” but also automatically suggest email subject lines. This function leads us closer to the future where we do not need wasting time on mundane communications, the automatic bot will just replace us. The efforts taken to write an email or reply are slowly decreasing since Smart Compose can already find your individual writing style and offer suggestions of the next part of the sentence, especially when you want to ask someone “to revisit this next week,” or thanking them. As you can see from the above picture, after you type up something in the body of the email, Google suggests the main subject of your email. For instance, the machine can suggest “Happy Birthday!” if you write to someone greetings on his/her birthday. This feature will be available to all Gmail users, but it needs a fortnight period to make it live. The function is on by default, but you can turn it off whenever you want via settings. We remind you Subscribe to The Coin Shark news in Facebook: