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Smart Reply is a feature in Inbox and Allo that suggests quick responses that are created by analyzing the email you received. Rather than pre-made quick responses, the suggested responses are relevant and in your style of writing. Now when you view a message in Gmail, three smart replies are suggested for you. [...]
Inbox has featured Smart Reply since late 2015, but earlier this week at Google I/O, Google announced that this same feature is rolling out to Gmail on Android and iOS devices. With Smart Reply, Gmail will skim your incoming emails,...Show More Summary
Gmail users can use the Smart Reply feature on smartphones from this week.
It suggests replies based on what's in your emails
Google's "instant reply" technology, that can already be found in Inbox and Allo, is coming to the Gmail app for iOS and Android. If you've never used instant reply before, Google uses its machine learning smarts to analyze the contents of your messages to suggest quick replies. You then just tap and insert your chosen reply into a new email, hit send and call it a day.
Google has announced that Smart Reply is coming to Gmail for Android after it was initially introduced with Inbox, and migrated to Google Allo.
It’s pretty easy to read your emails while you’re on the go, but responding to those emails takes effort. Smart Reply, available in Inbox by Gmail and Allo, saves you time by suggesting quick responses to your messages. The feature already drives 12 percent of replies in Inbox on mobile. Show More Summary
The official Gmail app for Android and iOS is getting Google’s impressive Smart Reply feature. By taking advantage of machine learning, Smart Reply can help you power through outstanding emails in your inbox by suggesting suitable replies that are friendly and conversational. Show More Summary
Coming alongside the start of its annual I/O conference, Google is on Wednesday launching an updated Gmail app for iOS and Android, introducing a "Smart Reply" feature based on the company's machine learning technology.
When Google launched Inbox, its more experimental next-gen email client for Gmail, one of its flagship features was Smart Reply. With Smart Reply, Google’s machine learning algorithms look at your incoming emails and then suggest short, three- or four-word replies (think “Sure” or “Yes, thank you”). Until now, this feature was only available in Inbox and the… Read More
If you’re the type of person who can seemingly never get to Inbox Zero, let alone actually reply to every message, Google has an update for you. At its I/O event today, the company announced that Smart Reply – a feature to creates automated responses based on email content and your writing style – is coming to Gmail on Android and iOS. Show More Summary
Google announced that Gmail for Android and iOS is getting Smart Reply, a machine learning feature that automatically offers short messages for quickly responding to emails. The feature is rolling out globally in English, with Spanish to follow “in the coming weeks,” and Google promising support for more languages “coming soon.” There’s no need to […]
Google today said Gmail will soon support smart replies, or automatic responses to emails. The tool is being carried over from Google's Allo messaging application. When people open emails, Gmail will now suggest several canned responses to the message that people can tap to send instantly. Google didn't say exactly when the new feature will reach the mobile app.
Google is today releasing an update for its Gmail mobile apps, iOS included, that introduces a new Smart Reply feature that offers suggested quick reply buttons within emails. The feature is something Google is bringing over from its Inbox by Gmail and Allo apps where similar functionality was already available. Show More Summary
Google adds Smart Reply to Gmail.
We have seen Google bring smart replies to Inbox, and now Gmail is getting the same treat.
When Google released its Allo chat app late last year, the accompanying chatbot known as Google Assistant was only able to offer helpful advice and Smart Replies in English. Knowing full well that you can't have an international chat...Show More Summary
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