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You will tell the Gmail of the future what an email is about and it will write it entirely with AI

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Google is determined to introduce AI features into as many apps as possible, including Gmail. In Gmail, Google has been testing for some time writing emails with AI as part of the Workspace Labs tests, and soon the whole thing is going to be a little more futuristic since we will be able to use voice to generate the email text.

Gmail’s AI email writing can generate the message body from the prompt that indicates what it is about, such as “write an email to my boss wishing him a happy vacation.” Until now that prompt you had to write it, but in the future you will be able to use your voice.

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Advances in AI are allowing Android apps to now behave as Google imagined they would when it introduced us to its Assistant. The Assistant promised to understand us and do almost everything we asked, but ChatGPT has made it clear that the Google Assistant was not as intelligent as we would like. Since then, Google is putting all the meat on the grill with AI features in basically all its applications.

So, Help me write either Help me write is responsible for writing the body of a message following your instructions. Until now you still needed to write the request using the mobile keyboard, but Soon you will be able to request it by voice.

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While this is still the same as using the microphone button on the Gboard keyboard to “type” the request, the fact that integrates directly into Gmail with a prominent microphone button makes the process easier.

In practice, when these changes become widespread and reach everyone in all languages, it will mean quite a futuristic setting in which we tell Gmail “Write me an email asking for screws from the factory” and Gmail does just that, without us having to touch the mobile keyboard at all.