Google Updates 6 New Features for Gmail Users
The last change was in Gmail in 2013, after which the company is now making major changes again. Google has been told that email storage database has been restructured for this change. According to a report, Google has spent about Rs 48,700 crore in the first quarter for this change. Regarding the 6 best features of the new Gmail,
#1: Compose Email
Now when you type on compose e-mail, you will get word reservations from Gmail. It will be a mobile keyboard-like experience, where you type word suggestions when typing anything. Gmail will monitor your habits and give you word reservations. It would be easy to write mail with this feature of Google and your time will also be left.
Now in the new format of Gmail, you will now see a shortcut to snooze with archive, delete, Mark as Read. Through snoozes you can now read those mails later, which you do not want to read immediately.
#3: Smart Reply
Users will not need to type to answer mail. Answers to Gmail users can be found in the pre-typed options such as Thank you, Let’s go.
#4: Offline Mode
New offline mode has been added to Gmail. This feature works much like Google Docs. Here you can write messages, reply, delete and archive it up to 90 days. With this feature you will be able to work without Wi-Fi.
New Gmail has added a special feature against viruses. Gmail will warn you about e-mails, which can be threatened by viruses. In the new Gmail, you will see this message seems dangerous and also the Delete Now button.
#6: Two Factor Authentication
In the new Gmail IRM (Information Rights Management) feature has been added. With this feature, you can stop forwarding, downloading, copying / pasting and downloading messages sent to you. You can also use this feature with users who do not use Gmail. You can also set an expiry date for the mail in this feature. After reading the mail, it destroys itself on a set time. Apart from this, the user you are sending the mail may also have to go through 2 Factor Authentication Security to read the mail.