Gmail will soon get offline support, smart reply, email snooze and more
The Gmail experience is getting better and better. Last year, Google revealed a new smart reply feature, but the functionality only worked for Android and iOS systems. Improving the Gmail experience for users has been one of Google’s priorities for quite a while now, and it looks like the company is considering enhancing Gmail’s functionality with even more new features. Many Windows 10 users rely on Gmail for sending and receiving emails and we’re sure you’ll really like the following improvements.
New changes will reach Gmail soon
Google sent an email to G Suite users in which the company shared a few of the brand new features that are on their way to Gmail.The changes seem to include a new design, better support, and new features as well. Judging by what we can see in the email, it seems like the new features will include Smart Reply, a new design for improved user experience, offline support, and the ability to snooze emails and make them appear later again. There’s also included easy access to G Suite apps such as Google Calendar from within Gmail.
More about offline support
The email also allows users to see that there’s even more good news about the offline support. Google has previously announced that the Chrome apps such as Gmail Offline will be moved to the web. It seems that as a part of this effort, there will be a Gmail Offline Chrome app revealed in future communications on the G Suite Updates blog.
These new features are set to roll out to the G Suite administrators via an Early Access Program and Gmail users will also get the set of new features and functionalities a bit later.
We’re looking forward to seeing how exactly the new Gmail experience will look and how all the new functionalities will work.
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