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Gmail turns 15 and announces two new features

noviembre 8, 2019

It was 2004 when Gmail paved the way for a completely new approach to email, with 1 GB of free storage and an integrated fast search service. Today, on its 15th birthday, Google announces two important news.

Gmailturns 15, doesn't seem real. Every day the Google mail system helps people to manage their work and personal life in a simple and intuitive way.

It was 2004 when Gmail paved the way for a completely new approach to email, with 1 GB of free storage and an integrated fast search service.

To celebrate these 15 years of innovation, Google announces two new Gmail features that will allow it to be used even faster and smarter:Smart Composeon Android devices and thesending scheduleof the mails.

Both tools are designed to meet the ever-increasing flexibility of places, contexts and schedules of contemporary work, increasingly influenced by technology.

Gmail is 15 years old

Gmail turns 15 and celebrates two new functions

New features of Gmail: Smart Compose

According to a report by the International Data Corporation (IDC), by 2020 about three quarters (72.3%) of the US workforce will work by telephone. Smart Compose an intelligent writing function that is based on machine learning to offer useful suggestions when writing an email.

Currently, the system allows people to save over 1 billion characters every week on the web. In addition, Smart Compose designed to adapt to the style and tone of the writer.

The potential of this new tool therefore arrives today, on Gmail's birthday, on Android devices (with iOS coming) in four new languages: Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese.

New Gmail features: scheduled emails

Moreover, from today a new function will allowschedule the sending timee-mail: once written, it will be sufficient to indicate the time and day on which the e-mail is to be sent.

This will facilitate the respect of the digital well-being of everyone, as well as the hours and days of inactivity.


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