On April 1, 2004, Google introduced its worldwide e-mail service, albeit on an invitation-only basis, with the promise of secure and fast messaging supported by an impressive amount of memory. 19659002] Gmail is now 15 years old, and for its birthday, Google has announced several updates to the service through its blog including the one that users were ready to use for the entire
"We want to ease respect for the digital welfare of everyone," the Google blog post says, "so we add a new feature to Gmail that lets you choose when
The task of the new Gmail scheduling feature is to be able to respect the work time of the recipient of the email, but all e can still write your message in your property ̵
Scheduling an email will allow you to choose the time and date of sending your message, access to which you can get by clicking the arrow next to the regular "send" button. Despite the fact that this feature did not provide any timeframe for release, it is fair to say that it will start deploying in the light of Google's history with the integration of new features.
In addition to the much-needed planning feature, Google expands the functionality of Smart Compose to all Android devices that use the Gmail app (coming soon from iOS) and also implements compatibility for four new languages - Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese.
Smart Compose uses training algorithms to predict common phrases in text and subject lines of e-mail, providing suggestions to complete sentences when typing. In the future it will also include a personalized language in order to stay true to your regular e-mail voice.
As already mentioned, there is no specific message about when these features will be available to users around the world, but we can expect them to unfold in the coming days.