Gmail updates its compose view: Adds new features
From quite some time, Google has been constantly making a lot of improvements to its Gmail web client to enable its users with enhanced functionalities while composing their messages. From a newÂ pop-up method to compose a message to an advancedÂ search engineÂ to other enhancements, Google has made a lot of improvements to its popular mail client in 2012 and year 2013 looks no different.
Google has kicked off the New Year by launching a new round of updates for its Gmail service. The updates will allow the users to add Labels and Stars while composing a message using the new compose feature. For this, users just need to click on the ‘More options’ menu in the bottom right and add the Label by hovering over it.
However, if the users wished to add a star or a label to the compose message earlier, they had to first send the message to their Sent folder and then access the message to add a star or a label. Since it was a long process, Google has simplified the task by enabling you to add a star or a label to your message while composing it. ‘Stars’ help you remind that the conversation is important and you can sort it out easily from the bulk of e-mails that flood your mailbox. The self-explanatory ‘Labels’ filter your e-mails conveniently, without the need of creating static ‘folders’ for filtering out the e-mails.
This new feature will help you to keep your e-mails organized and conveniently label and star your messages before they are sent out.
Gmail’sÂ new Compose feature was launched in October last year. The feature makes it easy for you to refer other e-mails without the need to close your draft. The compose windows works like chats, permitting you to write multiple messages in one go.
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