Got mail Gmail recently on a new design and some new features smartphone, including Smart Compose and snooze button for incoming messages. But did you know that the service I got on the feature reference to the people with @ in? Just like Twitter?
When you create a new message or reply, you can insert the email address of the person in the text by entering the @ sign followed by his name. For example, when I wrote a letter and with reference to adham in the following way ( @Adham ), you’ll see a list of contacts with that name, so choose any of them and to include it in the letter to form the name on the form link.
When you save the recipient on this link, a new window will appear so that he can write a letter or reply C to call this, a very useful feature when you need to enter someone into the conversation.
This feature already exists on the desktop version of mail Gmail, so that it is possible to use it now.
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