Gmail turned 15 earlier this year, Google is coming out with a slew of features to revamp the popular e-mail client. Gmail is now ready to roll out a set of dynamic new features to all Gmail users starting July 2nd. These features will let users take certain actions directly from the messages.
Over the years, the demands of email users have changed dramatically. Gmail users will get to interact with their emails in an entirely different way from next month. Google’s ‘dynamic email’ features will make your inbox a lot fun and easy to use. The latest iteration of Gmail will let users work within an email message, without having to leave the email browser.
Gmail users can easily take action directly from the message itself. Users don’t have to leave the Gmail browser window for actions like RSVP to an event, filling out questionnaire, browsing a catalog or responding to a comment. The features are a part of Google’s broad
AMP for emails project. The company announced the project last year. The aim is to make static pages in Gmail more interactive and dynamic.
The official blog announcement reads, “With dynamic email, you can easily take action directly from within the message itself, like RSVP to an event, fill out a questionnaire, browse a catalog or respond to a comment. Take commenting in Google Docs, for example. Instead of receiving individual email notifications when someone mentions you in a comment, now, you’ll see an up-to-date thread in Gmail where you can easily reply or resolve the comment, right from within the message.”
The dynamic email or AMP emails are available for browsers including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, and Opera. You can access the feature through Android and iOS devices as well. Google is also rolling out Gmail confidential mode for G Suite users.