From now on, Gmail will suggest the subject of an email based on what has been written. This novelty arrives today at Smart Compose, the artificial intelligence tool of Gmail that suggests to the user words and phrases to complete the writing of an email. Having been released today, it will take a few weeks to be available to all users.
“Smart Compose works with a learning system through which identifies the user’s writing.”
The operation of Smart Compose is quite simple. When the user finishes writing the text, he must put the cursor over the subject line and immediately the tool will offer a subject suggestion. If you agree, the user will only have to press the tab key and the subject will be filled out. Also, since the tool is by default in Gmail, the function will appear automatically. However, the user can always deactivate it through the configuration menu.
To achieve text prediction, Smart Compose works with a learning system through which it identifies the user’s writing and completes his sentences. According to data from Google, this tool has saved users an average of one billion characters per week, so it is expected that its new application to predict the subject of an email will result in a greater optimization of time.
This tool arrived about a year ago and, since then, its expansion on the Gmail platform has been imminent. Already last month, Smart Compose was enabled for Android devices and, just a week ago, its versions were launched in Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese.
The application continues to celebrate its fifteenth anniversary by adding more tools to facilitate and improve the experience of its users and thus consolidate its leadership in the market. For this, Gmail uses, above all, to satisfy the needs of a working public and with little time, so that tools such as Smart Compose are extremely effective within the platform.