How to Use Smart Reply in Gmail iPhe, iPad, Android, and Computer

Google has completely redesigned Gmail, the world's most popular email applicati with over 1.4 billi accounts. The e-mail has several awesome features, including the "Smart Reply" based the AI ‚Äč‚Äčthat allows you to choose from the suggested answers to respd to emails quickly. Given the ease of use and time savings of this feature, we have made a short guide to allow you to use "Smart Replies" in Gmail iPhe, iPad, Android and computer.

Keep in mind; It's a progressive deployment. As a result, you still can not get the latest versi of Gmail.

 How to Use Smart Reply in Gmail

Use Smart Answers in Gmail iPhe, iPad, Android and Computer

How to reply to mails using Smart Reply in Gmail iPhe, iPad and Android [19659006] Step # 1. Launch the applicati Gmail your device and open the existing topic.

Step # 2. Now, at the bottom of the message, the suggested phrases will appear based your cversati. To begin your answer, select a favorite phrase. You can also change your answer before sending it.

Step # 3. Press the Send butt located in the upper right corner

 Use Gmail Smart Reply  iPhe, iPad and Andorid

Si you choose the smart template, it will send to all

If you never want to use Smart Reply, you can choose to disable it

Disable Smart Reply in Gmail iPhe, iPad and Android

Step # 1. Launch the applicati Gmail your mobile device.

Step # 2. Click the butt in the upper left corner and select Settings

 Press the Menu butt and then tap Phe Settings Android

Step # 3. Then press your account.

 Tap  your account in the Gmail app  iPhe, iPad or Android

Step # 4. Finally, turn off the switch next to "Smart Respse".

 Disable Smart Respse in the Gmail App  iPhe, iPad or Android Phe

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