Once you enable the offline mode, you will be given a host of options, including those that allow you to alter the number of emails you require offline.
One tap and you'll never get an email from that company again.
The smart replies feature in Gmail let users to respond to emails with the help of some quick phrases.
Like with numerous new features announced last month that focus on increasing productivity, Nudges uses machine learning to provide quick reminders to follow-up or responses to email so that "nothing slips through the cracks".
The new offline settings can be found in the Settings menu of Gmail.
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Although, Google has now explicitly named this feature this isn't something entirely new to the platform. It's a trade-off that Smart Reply is now winning. This feature is expected to make email composition a lot easier and faster for the Gmail users. In fact, smart replies existed in Gmail apps for Android and iOS for quite some time. Google now officially made it possible to read, compose, and reply to your messages without an internet connection.
Now, Google Gmail's ability to run safety checks on emails that keeps users alerted about potential threats.
Being an experimental Gmail feature, there isn't much you should expect from Smart Compose. What I also find interesting about the new update is high-priority notifications. To stop your recipient from opening the email before the expiration you've set, open your Gmail.
We can't deny the fact that this is a major design update Gmail has received in years.
Google can now instantly warn users if it suspects an email is from a fraudulent source. So, to check the change, play around with customisations and see what suits you the best.
Moreover, Smart Compose will tailor its predictions to each individual users, based of course on information that Google already knows about you. Additionally, Gmail has integrated services like Google Calendar and Keep right inside the inbox.