Research is the basics of any innovative creation that technology brings to us. The popularity and efficiency that marks a successful product comes from the efforts and thinking involved in its making. With each new addition to their kitty, the Gmail team introduces new features, all with a single aim - furnish an edge to the users. In the same pursuit, the experimental features of Gmail Labs are later integrated in the Gmail interface itself, once it is tested and liked by users. From this perspective, it is not difficult to say that Gmail is apparently becoming the most ingenious e-mail service provider, by far, and this could lead its way to redefine the productive reach and capable role of e-mail in everyday life.
Only recently Gmail started supporting Multiple sign-in for mobiles, along with other features. The newest release, in their line of efforts now, is the support for Persian language (also known as Farsi), available for both, Gmail for PCs and Gmail for mobiles. This release, with the joint efforts of the Persian Initiative Team, makes Gmail more accessible globally. Previously, the Gmail platform supported as many as 53 languages, an indication how much dedicated the team is toward providing sophisticated e-mail services to people all around the world. With the introduction of the Persian language, the support grows to 54 languages.
How to change the language to Persian in Gmail
- Go to the 'Gmail settings' on the Gmail account page.
- Under the ‘Language’ option, select 'Persian language' from the dropdown menu.
- Now save your settings.
It would certainly be a welcome move for the users who waited for the language support.