Gmail will suggest subject for your email
Google is doing everything in its power to make Gmail smarter than ever and retain the user-base of the now-dead email app. The service has been getting some interesting features lately, and now, as part of the same effort, the search giant has added the ability to suggest subjects for your emails.
Gmail offers Smart Compose for writing emails
Since last year, Gmail has been offering a feature called ‘Smart Compose’ to help you finish your sentences and write emails in less time.
The capability utilizes machine learning and analyzes your writing habits to offer predictive phrase suggestions as you compose an email.
It guesses the next part of your sentence, thereby helping you finish a mail quickly.
Now, the same feature can write subjects too
With the latest update for Gmail, Google is enhancing Smart Compose to offer suggestions for subjects.
Simply put, the machine learning system would be able to analyze the content of your email and predict what you would want to add as a subject line.
If you’re wishing someone on their birthday, it will suggest ‘Happy Birthday’ as the subject with the other party’s name.
How to use Smart Compose feature
As Smart Compose is enabled by default, you’ll be seeing predictive subject suggestions automatically.
“When you write the body of your email and then place your cursor in the subject line, you may see Smart Compose suggesting a subject for your email,” Google says in a blog post.
Once a suggestion shows up, just press ‘tab’ to use it in the mail.
This indicates the future of Gmail
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