The new and easy way to declutter your e-mail inbox
Raise your hand if you have over 3,000 unopened e-mails in your inbox. From the repeated and unnecessary advertisements to all the LinkedIn updates you never asked for, it is easy to feel like you are digitally drowning. Gmail has an easy way to unsubscribe from unwanted e-mail with an array of decluttering features. A few of the exciting e-mail additions are a "snooze" setting, where you can push non-urgent emails away until later in the day. A "nudging" feature, where you will be reminded to respond to important messages. And most importantly, an "unsubscribe" option, where you can quickly rid your inbox of unsolicited advertisements.
After adding Smart Compose to Gmail last year, Google announced that it ' s bringing the feature to another app developed by its engineers, Google Docs . Smart Compose uses AI (artificial intelligence) to help users write emails faster in Gmail , while Google Docs users will be able to compose
Gmail ' s Smart Compose feature which makes use of AI to provide helpful suggestions while writing an email is now making its way to Google Docs . With the launch of the Pixel 3 last year, Google introduced the Smart Compose feature to the Gmail app.
The automatic predictive text suggestions which Gmail offers users while they compose emails is launching for Google Docs.
In 2018, Google launched Smart Compose in Gmail for G Suite users; now, the feature is coming to Google Docs.
Smart Compose is a tool that helps users compose emails by intelligently autocompleting the message based on an individual's writing habits. For example, "it can fill in common phrases and relevant addresses, like that of your home and office." Over time, the feature makes suggestions more and more tailored to each person.
On Thursday, the G Suite team announced during Google Cloud Next ‘19 UK in London that Smart Compose is launching in beta for Google docs. Like with Gmail, this tool can be turned on or off in settings.
The feature is available on the web version of Google Docs. Users interested in testing out the beta can sign up for it online.
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