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Gmail’s got your back! It will fix grammar & spelling mistakes using AI in emails

Gmail wants to make sure every email you send is perfect when it comes to grammar and spelling. The service has announced new capabilities that will fix the errors for you.

The new spelling and grammar correction capabilities for Gmail use artificial intelligence to provide smarter spell-check suggestions and detect potential grammar issues, the official blog notes.

An as-you-type auto-correction feature has also been added for improved accuracy. It is currently only available in English. The new capabilities are auto-enabled. However, if you wish to disable, you can do so from the settings panel.

What is ‘dynamic email’?

Gmail, in a blog release earlier this month, said that soon it will be rolling out ‘dynamic email’ functionality to all its users across domains by default. The functionality has been confined to desktop users so far. Starting 2 July, dynamic email will be rolled out to mobile users as well.

Google says that with dynamic email, you can easily take action directly from within the message itself, like RSVP to an event, fill out a questionnaire, browse a catalog or respond to a comment.

With dynamic email, Google essentially wants you to do all the work from a single tab or window, instead of opening multiple ones, avoiding clutter.

Google has integrated not only its own suite of apps, but has also called in several other businesses including, Despegar, Doodle, Ecwid, Freshworks, Nexxt, Pinterest and even Indian booking services like OYO Rooms, redBus.

Once dynamic email in Gmail launches, users will begin seeing dynamic emails from senders who are sending dynamic emails, by default. Additionally, users can also turn dynamic mail off for their individual account within the Help Center. You’ll have to make sure that the “display external images” setting is enabled for dynamic email to work correctly.

This story has been published from a wire agency feed without modifications to the text. Only the headline has been changed.

Source: Livemint