Gmail adds email scheduling and Smart Compose improvements for its 15th birthday

Gmail turns 15 today and, to celebrate, Google is launching some minor updates: improve Gmail's intelligent compositing feature and give users the option to schedule emails.

Smart Compose updates are pretty vague. Google revealed the function in May 2018, which suggests ways to end sentences in emails. The updated version, says Google, "can now adapt to the way you write," matching your individual writing style.

Google says that this could mean that Smart Compose remembers your preferred way of greeting certain colleagues (for example, "Hey Team"), but does not offer more details than that. In addition, Smart Compose will now also suggest subject lines based on the body of your email.

Google says that Smart Compose has saved people from writing "more than a billion characters each week" on the web, and that the feature will now be available on Android devices (something announced earlier this month) and soon will come to iOS devices. ""


A simpler update of Gmail is the new ability to program messages.When clicking on an arrow next to the "Send" button in the composition window, this programmer will appear. choose default values ​​such as "tomorrow morning" or specify a particular time and date.

Previously, you could schedule emails in Gmail through third-party extensions, but it is much more convenient to have the power integrated directly into the client. It is useful to communicate through time zones or set reminders for friends and family.

They are minor updates, of course, but they are good reminder why Gmail is still so popular 15 years after its launch.

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