November 9, 2012

Compose Emails Faster With Gmail's New Feature


Gmail compose email
Google is always constantly trying to expand its influence by introducing new features, while trying at the same time to improve upon those of its products that are popular. Hence we've seen a plethora of new tools and features being introduced across the Google-sphere in the recent past. And yesterday, we  were talking about this same thing that why Google cuts down on some of its products to give more space to its existing products. Today, we'll talk about a new feature recently introduced in Gmail, which allows you to compose emails much faster and easier.


We all love Gmail. It is one of the pioneers of the email industry, and a service that revolutionized the industry. Millions of people love, and use Gmail, mainly because its fast, secure, easy to use, and is app integrable, which means you can use third-party apps to make it more power and feature-rich (not that it isn't feature-rich by default). But still, Gmail is one of the best email services, and here is another reason why.

Compose and reply to emails quickly and easily

The new compose feature is a lot faster than before. Now, you can quickly compose and send you emails, and also reply to your emails just as quickly and easily.

Did you ever have to close the email you were typing out just to access some information in a previous email? Well this new compose function is here for you. It features a pop-up box, much like Facebook's chat. You can easily minimize or maximize it, and type your email into it.

You also have the option of composing multiple emails at once. And you can do a search for an email, or monitor your new emails without even closing the current email(s) you're typing.


“The new compose is designed to let you focus on what’s important: your message.” Google said. “The controls are still there when you need them but get out of the way when you don’t. We’ve even added some new features like the ability to easily insert inline images and have more to come.”

Google is also working on a feature that will let you see profile pictures of your contacts for easier selection, and to drag and drop them into the recipients' email.

“You can also drag and drop the new address chips between to:, cc: and bcc:,” Google added. “When you’re done adding recipients, the address area collapses automatically to get out of your way.”

Do you like this new Gmail compose feature? If so, tell us about your experience. Also read more on Gmail from the links below




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