Published: Wed, May 09, 2018
Research | By Dana Schwartz

Gmail will soon be writing entire emails for you

Gmail will soon be writing entire emails for you

Gmail users can send and request money from one of their contacts by tapping the same button they would hit to send an attachment and scrolling down the list. One of these was something called "Smart Replies" which also employs a set of machine learning algorithms to predict replies for you to an email. The next suggestion will then come up, and you can keep doing the Tab dance if you want, all the way to the end.

When you type a sentence in an email, lighter text to potentially complete the sentence will appear.

Smart Compose in Gmail is ever-so-slightly different from Smart Reply.

Google said Smart Compose saves users time by "cutting back on repetitive writing".

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The first new feature comes in the form of smart suggestions in the image viewer. Google said this will help save time - it can suggest phrases based on context, like "Have a great weekend!" on a Friday. During the Google I/O 2018, the two initial announcements were the Smart compose for Gmail and suggested action for Photos, both of which use artificial intelligence to make the user experience even better. For instance, say you're sending a new email to a person named "Jessica", Gmail will automatically ask if you'd like to input "Hey Jessica" at the beginning.

As part of a software update that went live ahead of Tuesday's Google I/O event, the Gmail app for iOS now allows users to send or request money from other people when drafting an email.

You might be able to access Smart Compose right this minute. Next, enable "experimental access".

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