Gmail autocomplete: Turn on Smart Compose right now

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This feature makes Google's machine learning smarts take a crack at guessing what you're about to type - and offering to type it for you.

One of the coolest features of Inbox was its Smart Reply feature, which has since made its way to Gmail directly. Then suggestions start popping up, and when you see one you like, just hit Tab on your keyboard. Google's adding some AI-powered capabilities, too, in the form of Smart Compose. With it working in the background you just begin typing as you normally would and Smart Compose will offer you suggestions as you go. You can snooze a message for a preset amount of time, such as until tomorrow morning, or choose a specific date and time on your own. The feature has previously been available to some users.

The tech giant claims that Smart Compose will cut back on repetitive writing while reducing the chance for spelling and grammar errors. Keeping this in mind, Google has launched the Smart Reply in Gmail which will help you quickly reply to any incoming emails. Since it's context-aware, if it's Friday you'll get "Have a great weekend!" as a suggested closing phrase.

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Still, the feature is fun to use and reflects Google's broader ambitions of injecting AI into its products to make everyday tasks more efficient.

Late last month, Google released its massive Gmail and G Suite redesign for desktop - where the snooze button was first released. You're able to pay anyone as long as the person has an email address to send it to.You can access it by clicking on the attachment icon when composing an email and scrolling down to "Attach Money".

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