Smart Compose feature that was introduced at the Google I/O 2018 was initially rolled out to the Gmail web version and was later pushed to Pixel 3 phones. Now, this feature is going to be rolled out to other Android devices as well that include third-party smartphones. Once the feature is active, the user will be getting a pop-up explaining the features when they start typing an email.
This Smart Compose is a nifty feature that is based on email writing patterns and phrases that are used commonly. Then it predicts what the user will type next and gives them as suggestions that can be accepted without having to type all over again. This feature is auto enabled but the user can still turn it off if they want to, by going to the setting of the Gmail app and turning off the Smart Compose box.
This feature was an experiment on the desktop initially then was added to G Suite accounts then in October it was announced that the feature would be exclusive to the Pixel device but it turned out to be exclusive only to Pixel 3 smartphones. The Smart Compose feature is now live on many Android devices and it will be available on the version 9.2.3 of Gmail, if not you need to update the application to this version to get this feature.
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