Back in April, Google announced it would be redesigning its aging Gmail interface to better align with the needs of mobile users. Classic Google, right? It seems like most of the changes Google makes these days is to bring its software suite in line with the mobile UX. This update is no exception. Let’s review the features (including the much-touted Smart Compose) and how users can make the most of the update.
The internet, we’re told, are supposed to make things easier. Socializing comes to mind, as does research (if you can dig your way through all the “fake news”). Collaboration is another. From project management systems to event coordination, the internet has been as essential as phones to communicate and work with others. So why, then, is working on a single document still an archaic process? For the most part, people still use email to share files, which really is not much different from handing a printed piece of paper to a coworker.
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