Published: Tue, May 15, 2018
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Google is rolling out native Offline mode for Gmail users

Google is rolling out native Offline mode for Gmail users

Today, Google has started deploying the new Gmail's "Nudge" feature, which is created to help you reply to emails you missed or ignored like the lazy procrastinator you are. It will now "nudge" users to reply to emails they may have missed and to follow up on emails for which they haven't received a response. And less than a month after it first announced major updates to Gmail, the company is rolling two new features- Nudge and Offline mode- to its users.

Did you try this new Gmail feature yet?

The feature lets you write emails, search your inbox and delete or archive messages - in the new version of Gmail - when you don't have an internet connection.

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The feature is rolling out to users right now, however, is not enabled by default. As the name suggests, this new Smart Compose feature essentially is going to predict text. In a new tab "Offline" in the settings, users can activate the Autonomous mode of operation of the postal service. It automatically syncs back the changes when the device regains Internet connectivity.

However, unlike the nudge feature, Gmail users will have to manually turn on the offline mode feature.

Once you've completed those steps, 9to5Google reports that you have to go to Settings again, choose Offline and hit Enable Offline Mail. Once the necessary details are filled, all the users need to do is click on the Save Changes option at the bottom of the page.

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