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Smart Reply comes to Inbox by Gmail on the web

Category: Gmail | Mar 15, 2016

Posted by Taylor Kourim, Software Engineer

Today, we’re bringing Smart Reply to Inbox on the web.

Just like in the Inbox mobile app, Smart Reply saves you precious time by suggesting up to three responses based on the emails you get. Selecting an option starts a reply, ready for you to either edit or send:

10% of all your replies on mobile already use Smart Reply, so we’re excited to bring this same convenience to the web. It’s particularly helpful when you’re jamming through lots of emails on your laptop.

Keep the feedback coming using the “Help & Feedback” link in the app.


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Smart Reply comes to Inbox by Gmail on the web

Category: Gmail | Mar 15, 2016

Today, we’re bringing Smart Reply to Inbox on the web.

Just like in the Inbox mobile app, Smart Reply saves you precious time by suggesting up to three responses based on the emails you get. Selecting an option starts a reply, ready for you to either edit or send:

10% of all your replies on mobile already use Smart Reply, so we’re excited to bring this same convenience to the web. It’s particularly helpful when you’re jamming through lots of emails on your laptop.

Keep the feedback coming using the “Help & Feedback” link in the app.


From: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/OfficialGmailBlog/~3/kL1GZWIXvcw/

Inbox by Gmail: Saving time with Snooze

Category: Gmail | Feb 26, 2016

Snooze is getting two highly-requested snooze times: Later this week and This weekend.


From: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/OfficialGmailBlog/~3/V4k4SDrVtLU/

Inbox by Gmail: Saving time with Snooze

Category: Gmail | Feb 26, 2016

Posted by Michael Landry, Software Engineer

Snoozing emails is great because it helps you focus on what you need to do now instead of what you can put off until later. Starting today, Snooze is getting a new look and two time-saving improvements — all based on your feedback.

First, Snooze is getting two highly-requested snooze times: Later this week and This weekend. These new options should hopefully save you some time, and decrease the need to use custom snooze.

Snooze’s new look
Second, just like you can set your preferred morning time to receive emails, you can now choose the weekend days that work best for you.

New weekend setting
This feature is especially useful for people living in places where the weekend spans different days of the week.

Look for these new options in Inbox over the next week. And don’t forget to continue sharing your feedback, so we can keep working on your top requests. Enjoy your snoozing :)


From: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/OfficialGmailBlog/~3/MFC8Oqtri98/inbox-by-gmail-saving-time-with-snooze.html

Inbox by Gmail: Saving time with Snooze

Category: Gmail | Feb 26, 2016

Posted by Michael Landry, Software Engineer

Snoozing emails is great because it helps you focus on what you need to do now instead of what you can put off until later. Starting today, Snooze is getting a new look and two time-saving improvements — all based on your feedback.

First, Snooze is getting two highly-requested snooze times: Later this week and This weekend. These new options should hopefully save you some time, and decrease the need to use custom snooze.

Snooze’s new look
Second, just like you can set your preferred morning time to receive emails, you can now choose the weekend days that work best for you.

New weekend setting
This feature is especially useful for people living who live in places where the weekend spans different days of the week.

Look for these new options in Inbox over the next week. And don’t forget to continue sharing your feedback, so we can keep working on your top requests. Enjoy your snoozing :)


From: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/OfficialGmailBlog/~3/IBcW5P7Vi0s/inbox-by-gmail-saving-time-with-snooze.html

Inbox by Gmail: Saving time with Snooze

Category: Gmail | Feb 26, 2016

Snoozing emails is great because it helps you focus on what you need to do now instead of what you can put off until later. Starting today, Snooze is getting a new look and two time-saving improvements — all based on your feedback.

First, Snooze is getting two highly-requested snooze times: Later this week and This weekend. These new options should hopefully save you some time, and decrease the need to use custom snooze.

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Snooze’s new look

Second, just like you can set your preferred morning time to receive emails, you can now choose the weekend days that work best for you.

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New weekend setting

This feature is especially useful for people living in places where the weekend spans different days of the week.

Look for these new options in Inbox over the next week. And don’t forget to continue sharing your feedback, so we can keep working on your top requests. Enjoy your snoozing :)


From: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/OfficialGmailBlog/~3/LbTDhehIcfY/

Productivity at your fingertips with rich text formatting and instant RSVPs

Category: Gmail | Feb 24, 2016

Introducing two new Android features to help you manage your inbox on the go: rich text formatting and instant RSVPs.


From: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/OfficialGmailBlog/~3/noFlPjFpzR0/

Productivity at your fingertips with rich text formatting and instant RSVPs

Category: Gmail | Feb 24, 2016

Posted by Matthew Izatt, Product Manager

These days, more than two-thirds of all Gmail users check email with their phones, so having a really amazing mobile experience is more important than ever. That’s why today, we’re introducing two new Android features to help you manage your inbox on the go: rich text formatting and instant RSVPs.

Rich Text Formatting
Now you can add bold, italic, underlined, colored and highlighted text to your email—all from inside the mobile app. These new options are great for making a point or emphasizing what’s important.

Instant RSVPs
If you use Google Calendar or Microsoft Exchange, calendar invitations now include a one-tap option to show your schedule and respond. No more opening up separate apps just to see if you can squeeze in a meeting.


From: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/OfficialGmailBlog/~3/bR8AvfuL09U/productivity-at-your-fingertips.html

Productivity at your fingertips with rich text formatting and instant RSVPs

Category: Gmail | Feb 24, 2016

Posted by Matthew Izatt, Product Manager

These days, more than two-thirds of all Gmail users check email with their phones, so having a really amazing mobile experience is more important than ever. That’s why today, we’re introducing two new Android features to help you manage your inbox on the go: rich text formatting and instant RSVPs.

Rich Text Formatting
Now you can add bold, italic, underlined, colored and highlighted text to your email—all from inside the mobile app. These new options are great for making a point or emphasizing what’s important.

Instant RSVPs
If you use Google Calendar or Microsoft Exchange, calendar invitations now include a one-tap option to show your schedule and respond. No more opening up separate apps just to see if you can squeeze in a meeting.


From: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/OfficialGmailBlog/~3/Sz26xjq-qSo/productivity-at-your-fingertips.html

Productivity at your fingertips with rich text formatting and instant RSVPs

Category: Gmail | Feb 24, 2016

These days, more than two-thirds of all Gmail users check email with their phones, so having a really amazing mobile experience is more important than ever. That’s why today, we’re introducing two new Android features to help you manage your inbox on the go: rich text formatting and instant RSVPs.

Rich Text Formatting

Now you can add bold, italic, underlined, colored and highlighted text to your email—all from inside the mobile app. These new options are great for making a point or emphasizing what’s important.

Instant RSVPs

If you use Google Calendar or Microsoft Exchange, calendar invitations now include a one-tap option to show your schedule and respond. No more opening up separate apps just to see if you can squeeze in a meeting.


From: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/OfficialGmailBlog/~3/t2k7kJVAzAY/