Google has been talking up its focus on artificial intelligence at its I/O 2018 keynote today and one of the first new features that it announced was Smart Compose in Gmail. If a suggestion pops up that users like, they just hit the tab button to use it. Gmail will take your email's subject into context. It operates in the background, as you write an email, and it offers relevant contextual phrases as you type. It will also help fill in saved information like names and physical addresses. You can simply select these by pressing the tab key or continue writing your email. But you need to be using the new Gmail interface that rolled out last month. It's useful for moving less important stuff to when you have time to deal with it and for getting to the much coveted 'inbox zero'.
The Gmail web redesign that's now rolling out includes the snooze feature as well. 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.
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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 past year. The feature has previously been available to some users. It will recognize people in photos, match those people up to contacts in your phone, and then offer to share the photos directly to them, which should be a huge help for those friends who are always taking photos but never sending them to you.
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