Those pre-written replies in messaging apps are very helpful, but rarely are they really smart. This is where Google excels; using AI to personalize actions and content specifically for each user and situation. We have seen Google bring smart replies to Inbox, and now Gmail is getting the same treat.
How do smart replies work? Google will analyze your emails and generate three eloquent replies for you to choose from. This should allow the conversation to flow easier most of the time. Unless no proper answer appears, that is. Of course, we will have to test this feature to see how often that happens.
The rollout day wasn’t specified, but we assume the launch will take place relatively soon. What do you guys think? Is this a feature you see useful? I know I use smart and pre-written replies very often in other apps
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