Google Mail aka Gmail has added few changes for the majority of users across the globe. There are a few changes that have increased the overall usability of the Gmail. The new changes include shortcuts for the undo/redo, strikethrough and few other shortcuts in the compose menu. There are a further couple of other changes in the newly revealed Gmail layout.
Google has also added a provision to download the E-mail in an .EML file. The file will include all the content of email including attachments and other content. The “Download message” option is now available for all the users on the web. After downloading, users can even send it to other users also.
After getting to know about the usage patterns of the users, Google has finally made some desired changes in the compose menu of a Gmail. The floating formatting options bar will now carry new shortcuts of Undo/Redo and Strikethrough.
It is quite useful for the users to use the newly added features on teh floating bar. It will help them to save some time while composing a new email. Overall, Google keeps updating their [products with new features and changes as required by the users. We hope these changes continue in the future also.
Well, how many of you were waiting for similar changes in the Gmail web panel. Currently, the changes are visible in teh web interface only, there’s no news regarding the rollout on the mobile devices.