If you followed Google’s I/O conference, you are likely be aware of Gmail’s new Smart Compose feature the company announced at the event.
It uses AI to predict and suggest what you may write next, effectively making the sentence writing process quicker.
Well, the functionality is live, although only as an experimental feature for now. It’s in pre-release phase, and as with any feature in this stage, you can test it and share your feedback with Google.
To turn the feature on, first make sure you’re using the new Gmail, and then follow the series of steps mentioned in the Gmail Help support page (link below). You need to hit the Tab key to accept a suggestion. Also, Smart Compose is currently only available in English.
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