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Sunday
Sep152019

Here's how to enable dark theme on Gmail

We already know that Gmail and other Google apps are set to get dark mode in Android 10. The rollout for Gmail has started, but unlike many of Google's Android apps that adopt the dark theme from the overall settings, you'll need to turn it on within Gmail.

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Wednesday
Sep042019

This new Gmail feature will prevent you from sending an email to someone who is out of office

Google business suite users are getting a new Gmail feature that will stop them from disturbing someone on vacation, or at least manage expectations of when their recipient will get back to them. Gmail and Hangouts Chat will display a warning banner at the bottom of the email compose panel or chat window that informs you that the recipient has an out of office entry in their calendar. It also lets you know when they'll come back. G Suite users are the only ones getting this feature, but it's designed for them. It's rolling out over the next few weeks, and it will be enabled automatically.

Source: Engadget

Sunday
Sep012019

Dark mode is coming to Gmail

There are hints of Gmail finally getting dark mode. The latest version of the app (2019.08.18) shows its splash screen and widget sporting the dark mode colours. If you run Android Pie and have night mode activated, you'll see this. The next version of Android, Android 10, will be bringing a system-wide dark mode that lets you change colour schemes with just a single tap. Apps like Chrome, Google Maps, and Google Play have been prepared for this. And it looks like Gmail is up next if this update is any indication.

Another useful feature made its way to Gmail. It's now easier to swap from one Gmail account to another. Instead of having to select the account over at the icon at the top right, you just need to place your finger on the icon and slide up or down. The same feature has appeared in Google Maps and Google Drive before.

Source: TechRadar

Wednesday
Aug212019

Gmail will alert and sometimes correct your grammatical errors

The days of sending grammatically questionable emails might be over. Or at least, you're getting extra help from Gmail. Similar to what Google has done with Docs, Gmail will let you know if you've made grammatical errors and underline these in blue. You can right-click those words to see the suggestions on how to fix them. And if you make "common spelling mistakes," then Gmail will automatically correct those for you. This new feature is coming first to G Suite accounts by mid-September. We don't know when it's coming to regular Gmail users, but you can expect this to make its way soon.

Source: Android Police