Google Introduces Smart Reply In Inbox By Gmail; Respond To Emails On The Fly

Posted: Nov 4 2015, 7:23am CST | by , in News | Technology News

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Rolling out later this week, Smart Reply in Inbox by Gmail now makes it possible for you to respond to emails on the fly, especially if you’re bombarded by emails and you’re on the go without the time to pause to construct lengthy replies or prompt responses, according to Google's blog post.

Responding to several emails can be quite hectic if you’re on the move, but Smart Reply is now here to help and you don’t have to bother about what to respond, because the Inbox feature has the ability to predict what your replies to particular emails might be, and you only need to tap one of the three responses suggested to you on your screen.

With Smart Reply, Gmail Inbox has all you need to reply to emails on the go. You only need to pick one of the email replies suggested to you and you’re good to go.

And don’t worry if you ever need to write back lengthy emails that require some level of thought, because Inbox will give you the necessary jumpstart to achieve this much faster. It saves you time typing.

Inbox is powered by machine learning, and the technology recognizes emails requiring replies and generates natural responses to help you choose what to reply. The Smart Reply technology is detailed out in the Google Research Blog, and you only need to access this to know how machine learning really works.

Meanwhile, the responses you choose and those you don’t choose help to improve future suggestions and make it a whole lot better suggestion. When tested at Google, “I love you” was the most common response people give in workplace situations and this is a great thing for all users.

Later this week, the Smart Reply Inbox will roll out on both Google Play and App Store in English.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/52" rel="author">Charles I. Omedo</a>
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