Head to Settings - Try The New Gmail - and go for it.
Much like Google's Auto Complete feature in Search, Smart Compose will offer suggestions for words and phrases when Gmail users type emails.
The demo showed how Smart Compose can help with cutting down the time it takes to write an email. The recently revamped Gmail has a new capability: help people while they compose email drafts. If the recipient is using a non-Gmail client, they can click on the link to access a Gmail-hosted portal, where they can see the confidential content.
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At first it seems like it might get in the way, but as Google points out, it operates in the background. By pulling from your message history, Google's predictive engine could have surprisingly accurate suggestions. "It can even suggest relevant contextual phrases", Google stated. The big caveat: At least for now, it'll only work in Gmail on the web browser, not the smartphone apps.
Google said Smart Compose will roll out in the coming weeks to Gmail users, and will be made available for G Suite customers in the coming months. For example, if you're writing an email on a Friday, it may suggest "Have a great weekend!" to end your message.
Smart Compose arrives off the heels of a recent Gmail redesign that includes features like Nudging, Snooze, and others. To ensure you're eligible to try out this new capability, head into your settings and make sure "Try the new Gmail" is enabled.