Google plans to offer desktop users the ability to disable smart new Gmail replies in the coming weeks. Wall Street newspaper Report. This feature of recent service redesign attempts to provide short sentences that can be used to automatically reply to e-mail, but has been criticized by suggesting inappropriate answers.
The new design will be the default version of 1.4 billion active Gmail accounts released in April next month. Although Google stated that the algorithm was fixed by hand to remove the most inappropriate answer (the surprise frequency that previous versions of the software "send from my iPhone" and "I love you" ), Gmail's suggestion may not match the official office tone and may miss the context of the email.
Personally, the only problem I encountered is that smart replies are not automatically sent to everyone in the message, but two dozen people are being bombarded with my message.
Gmail users can also disable this feature, but desktop users do not spend much time getting the same capabilities and do not need to use Google's answers.
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