SUBJECT: Write emails faster with Smart Compose in Gmail

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These products now have deeper integration of AI.

Gmail's iOS app is getting an update that allows users to snooze emails.

At its I/O developers conference today, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said the company is broadly rolling out a Gmail feature it calls Smart Compose.

Using machine learning and an understanding of messages you've previously written, Smart Compose will take the context of your text and predict what may be coming next. When you see a suggestion you like, you can simply hit the "tab" button to accept it. That feature surfaced appropriate responses to emails that users could shoot off with just one tap.

Smart Compose will appear in the next few weeks to customers who opted for the refreshed version of Gmail.


"It can even suggest relevant contextual phrases". Users can easily tap on the suggestions to complete the action.

The new photo creation tool plays with pops of color. If you want to switch back, you can always uncheck the box.

Google I/O 2018 has begun and as we were expecting some major announcements from this 3-day event, Sundar Pichai, the Google CEO, took the center stage to tell the world what has changed and how Google has evolved since a year ago.

Furthermore, Gmail for iOS has added support for Google Pay.

To try the new features, go to settings on your Gmail and enable "Try the new Gmail". Assistant is also coming to Google Maps navigation with a low visual profile to give you more information while you keep your hands on the steering wheel.

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