Google had announced Gmail’s Feature called Gmail Smart Reply feature at its annual developer conference, and at first, it was available to try out as an “experimental feature” on the desktop but now it is quite well developed. Smart Reply, predicts what we’ll write next as you type in the email. This feature is now also available in the Gmail App.
Smart Reply is currently only available in English and with it, Google had given fair warning that “Smart Replay was not designed to provide answers and it is not always able to predict the correct information from the user’s perspective but it is quite well from the general perspective.
Creating/Enabling the Gmail Smart reply system:
- At first, to turn on smart Replay, we have to make sure that we are using the new Gmail, then we have to click on the settings tab on the top right corner. Then we have to click on the box next to ‘enable experimental access’ within the panel. And then we have to save our change at the bottom. Once turned on we will see the prompt next time. We can start a new email which tells us about Smart Replay /compose and prompts us to press the tab key whenever we see a prediction we’d like to accept.
Disabling the Gmail Smart Reply system:
- First, we should go to the Gmail app which may be in mobile or browser.
- Then we have to click on the three horizontal lines in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.
- At the horizontal lines, we should tap on Settings.
- Then we should select the email account for which we want to turn off smart replies.
- After doing that we should scroll down to General > Smart Reply.
- Then we have to uncheck the checkbox next so that it Shows suggested replies when available.
- At last, we have to repeat the above steps for each email account you have.