Once you enable the offline mode, you will be given a host of options, including those that allow you to alter the number of emails you require offline.
Instead of forcing users to wait months, Google has started rolling out this feature.
Smart Reply meanwhile is an AI-powered expansion to a feature that is already in use on the mobile version of the service - offering AI-generated quick replies to messages to help speed up your response.
One of the new features of the redesigned Gmail is that Gmail users may configure offline access directly on Gmail; a browser extension is no longer required for that. It's a trade-off that Smart Reply is now winning. " Probably, you need to give it some time to learn from your typing patterns and suggest accordingly". But the idea isn't entirely new.
When you do, you'll be prompted to select how many days of messages you'd like to sync with your computer.
Google has also attempted to improve security of its email service on desktop, courtesy of its machine learning algorithms that aim to make whole interaction with Gmail as secure as possible. This functionality is rolling out to all Gmail users now, so be sure to keep an eye out for it. You'll also need an internet connection to enable offline mode for the first time. What I also find interesting about the new update is high-priority notifications.
After sending the email, recipients will be asked to enter an OTP before opening the email.
And Google appearing to know what you want to say might be taking artificial intelligence too far.
"From your greeting to your closing (and common phrases in between), Smart Compose suggests complete sentences in your emails so that you can draft them easily", Google said in a blog post.
Google can now instantly warn users if it suspects an email is from a fraudulent source. Few days before Google IO 2018, the firm rolled out a revamped design for its Gmail service.