Google rolls out Snooze and Nudge features for Gmail

Google rolls out Snooze and Nudge features for Gmail

Google rolls out Snooze and Nudge features for Gmail

Today, Google has started deploying the new Gmail's "Nudge" feature, which is created to help you reply to emails you missed or ignored like the lazy procrastinator you are.

It's a feature Gmail users have clamored for since Google's email service first launched, and it's finally here - the ability to search and read your messages without an active internet connection.

Just like Gmail's smart compose feature, the new nudge feature is powered by artificial intelligence and hence is turned on for all Gmail users by default.

Another feature that is coming to Gmail is the Offline mode feature, which enables users to use Gmail even when there is no Internet connectivity. Thanks to a recent redesign, Google has been able to build offline functionality directly in the web application. Apart from this, the nudge feature also gives users suggestions of following up on an older email if they haven't received a response yet.

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Google is claiming that these nudging features are based on AI, which presumably will be based on the content of the emails to determine if a reply is necessary. So, if you're interested in trying out offline more right now then head to Gear icon (on the top right) Settings Offline and tick Enable Offline mail.

You can then play around with the settings of the feature, changing whether to keep offline data on your device. Users can decide how many days you should load messages.

You'll also need to decide whether your synced emails should be stored on your PC after you log out of your Gmail account. Once you've made your selections hit "Save Changes" and you'll be good to go. When you see one you like, click Tab to use it. Anything you do in Gmail while offline, such as reading mail and archiving messages, will be synced with Google servers whenever you're back online. Hopefully Google will make this process more intuitive soon as well.

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