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Technology Gmail adds a predictive type feature called Smart Compose

07:57  09 may  2018
07:57  09 may  2018 Source:

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Predictive text makes typing on mobile devices quicker and easier, so why not spread the love over to your computer? With the Complete for Gmail extension (currently in alpha) for the Google Chrome web browser, you can add predictive text right into the Gmail compose window.

Gmail users should see their number of keystrokes greatly diminish thanks to a new feature added by Google. Pointing to the “cumbersome” task of replying to e-mails during busy times, Google announced users will soon be able to enable automatic replies through a predictive feature entitled Smart

a screenshot of a cell phone© Provided by The Next Web Google on Tuesday introduced a new feature meant to help users compose and send email faster than ever.

The feature, called Smart Compose, tries to understand typed text so that artificial intelligence can suggest words and phrases to finish your sentences. If you like the suggestion, just hit tab to paste it into the message.

It’s the email soul mate you never knew you wanted.

By keying in on common speech patterns, Google’s AI works a lot like predictive text in your favorite messaging application. According to Google, the Smart Compose feature saves you time by cutting back on repetitive writing and reducing the chance of spelling and grammatical errors.

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Gmail ’s nontraditional Inbox app hopes to do just that with its new Smart Reply feature . Ever wish your phone just knew what you wanted to say so you didn’t have to type it out? Think of Smart Reply like a predictive keyboard, but on a much larger scale. You can then add more details to your message or send it as-is.

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a screenshot of a cell phone© Provided by The Next Web Smart Compose follows another time-saving feature added last year called Smart Reply. In that one, Google quickly scanned email for context before leaving several options for a quick reply. “Do you want to get a burrito,” for example, would be met with links to send a “yes,” “no,” or “maybe” response. Users would then just click the preferred answer send a quick reply.

Both features are notable changes to the way we use email. While AI and email are still a bit of a privacy concern, the new features could ease users into some level of trust in exchange for added convenience.

Smart Compose will roll out over the next few weeks in the new Gmail.

Unfortunately, businesses using the G Suite won’t get it initially, as they can’t access Gmail’s recent redesign. If you’re one of the unlucky saps still relying on the old-style Gmail, it may be a few months before you’ll have access to the redesign, or the Smart Compose feature, according to Google.

If you’re on a consumer Gmail account, you can access the new feature now by first enabling the new Gmail (Settings > Try the new Gmail) and then finding the general tab, and enabling “experimental access.”

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