Wed 14
Nov
2012

Google always try to improve user experience by introducing innovative features and now they have changed the way we write mails in Gmail. The new compose feature has been introduced a few days ago and it lets you create mails without leaving the inbox.

If you have not tried the feature yet, then simply sign in to your account, click on the “compose” button and Google will ask you to try the fresh compose experience. Once you accept the offer, a pop up window will appear where you can write mail and send it to the recipient.

The biggest benefit of this feature is that you don’t need to leave the inbox or a mail you are reading to write a mail. The pop up compose window will appear just like the chat option, however bigger space is allocated for better writing experience.

New Compose Feature

You can also open multiple windows to write mails to different recipients. In case you don’t want to write immediately, just minimize the windows, finish the work and then start writing. Since you don’t have to leave the inbox, you can keep an eye on the incoming mails while composing a new one.

The search engine giant also introduced drag and drop address chips facility for Gmail to make users job easy. However, once you drag and drop someone’s email address, it shows only the name of that person. This can be annoying, if you want to be sure whether you are sending the mail to that person’s office or personal ID.

Right now, the facility is optional, but after some minor improvements, Google will release it for everyone in coming months.

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