Among the novelties announced last April with, we found several tools powered by artificial intelligence aimed at improving the user…
Among the novelties announced last April with, we found several tools powered by artificial intelligence aimed at improving the user experience when managing your email. Even today, several weeks after the deployment of the renewed mail client began, we continue discovering new features that land in Gmail.
The last one is “Nudge”, an AI-based system designed to prevent users of the mail platform from forgetting to reply to specific messages . For this, Gmail itself will be able to identify those messages considered important, but that the user, for some reason, has lost or has decided not to answer, and thus show a reminder that encourages you to answer the message before it is too late.
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Despite being a novelty announced at the end of April, it is not until today when, at last, users of the mail platform can enjoy “Nudge”. At least that’s what Google itself says from the, its platform aimed at professionals and companies.
When your inbox is flooded with emails, some will inevitably go unnoticed. Fortunately, the new Gmail can help. Now it will “push” users to respond to emails they may have missed and track emails for which they have not received a response.
This option, which may be Activate or deactivate manually from the Gmail settings, offers two different categories for emails . The first one will show reminders about the emails that we might have forgotten to answer after 3 days, while the other will allow us to track those emails that, after 5 days, have not been read or answered.
From G Suite it is indicated that the feature will be available in the next 3 days for all Gmail users , as long as they have the new platform design active.