The popularity of Gmail is undeniable. The world’s most famous message management platform created by Google changed the way we send and receive emails since it was launched 15 years ago.
As of April 2018, Gmail already has more than 1.4 billion users and it continues to dominate the messaging industry in terms of functionality and performance.
For 2019, Gmail has several things in store for its loyal users including dynamic email that is set to launch on July 2:
A new way to take action on your messages
Are you one of those who are too busy to open emails one by one? Then, you’ll love Gmail’s new functionality that allows you to take action on your Gmail messages without opening them. This means that you can archive, delete, snooze or mark as read or unread your messages without going through them one by one.
A faster way to respond to messages
We all know how tedious replying to emails can get, which is why Google has added “Smart Reply” to Gmail’s features. Once you open an email message, Smart Reply will help you respond to them faster by calculating quick replies based on the message that you received. This means that you don’t have to type long sentences just to reply to an email. Instead, Gmail fills the reply box for you with simple phrases like, “Got this, thanks!” and “I will get back to you later.”
A better way to customize your inbox
If you’re tired of looking at the same stuffed inbox every single day, you’ll be glad that Gmail now allows you to expand or shrink the size of your inbox depending on your preferences. Just go to Settings and adjust display density. Gmail is also now fully integrated with Google’s suite of services, which means that you can access Tasks, Calendar and other add-ons and integrate the information across your Gmail account.
A more dynamic Gmail
Perhaps one of the biggest improvements that Google has created for Gmail is its dynamic email functionality. At the beginning of the year, the company announced Gmail’s dynamic email in beta, but it will be fully available for all domains on July 2, 2019, when Google officially launches it.
Dynamic email has a lot of useful functionalities including the ability to respond to emails and other notifications from Google’s suites of services directly within the message itself.
For instance, instead of getting email notifications for every person mentioning you in a comment, dynamic email compiles everything in one message where you can easily read and respond to them. Dynamic email may or may not be used depending on your preferences.
Google is definitely at the forefront of making technology more accessible to a lot of people. This is why the company continues to find ways to make its services easier for a bigger audience and this year’s updates for Gmail is a great step towards improving the experience of billions of users from all corners of the world.