Full Screen Option Is Now Available For Gmail Compose Box

Posted: Jul 20 2013, 5:33am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 20 2013, 5:43am CDT, in Technology News


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Full Screen Option is Now Available for Gmail Compose Box

Google just took a good thing to make Gmail better. Its compose window will be featuring a full screen option now. This choice has once again expanded the horizon for users of Gmail.

A radical change has just occurred in the service that is Gmail. Its compose window will now be sporting a full screen option. And as if this was not enough, it will also feature a switch to put it on default mode. This wonderful transformation will be taking place in the few days that lie ahead. By choosing this set up, the compose window will take center stage within the parameters of your inbox. It will widen to facilitate your screen and the adjustment toolbar will be activated by default. Next, you may opt for “default to full screen”. While this may be gibberish for non-users, for those who regularly utilize Gmail, it is a blessing. They had been pretty frustrated by the compose window and this fine-tuning has come as a Godsend.

The Gmail Compose Box began in late 2012 and its new version was launched in March. Google had been working on it and now that the problem is resolved everybody’s happy. Users were complaining and their complaints were taken constructively by Google which reformed its Gmail format. The fact that the compose screen was pushed to one side was a source of much disgruntlement among the users. Google finally decided to listen to their rants and gave them what they wanted. It shows that Google is a user-friendly search engine that takes its cultural consumers seriously.

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