Gmail’s dynamic email will be widely available on July 2

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Credit: https://gsuiteupdates.googleblog.com/2019/06/dynamic-email-in-gmail-becoming-GA.html

It is almost three months since Google launched the highly exciting Accelerated Mobile Pages [AMP] also known as dynamic email—but then it was only made available to paying G Suite customers. The good news is that the feature, which allows you to browse image carousels, RSVP to an event, or fill out a form without leaving the Gmail inbox, will be widely available on July 2.

On July 2, 2019, this feature will become generally available and will launch on by default for all domains. This means that users will be able to access the feature unless you choose to disable it via the Google Admin console,” Google said, while announcing the exit of the feature out of beta.

Dynamic email allows you to take action from within the messages. You will among other things, be able to fill out questionnaire, browser a catalog or respond to a comment, and many more.

Dynamic email will arrive first on web before finally arriving on mobile. AMP will, however, only work if the company that sent you an email supports the format. What that means is that you won’t have the full benefit of the feature since only a handful of partners are currently enlisted. A few of the partners that signed up to dynamic emails on Gmail when it was first launched a couple of months ago include, Booking.com, Despegar, Doodle, Ecwid, Freshworks, Nexxt, OYO Rooms, Pinterest, and redBus.

One AMP finally becomes widely available next July; you will begin to see dynamic emails from those sending dynamic emails as long as you have enabled it. Just note that you must have the “display external images” setting turned on in order to have dynamic emails displayed on your emails. You can, however, turn off the feature if you don’t want to continue seeing it.

The ability to schedule your email was officially made available to all users on desktop last April. The feature, which was earlier announced by the world’s largest email service, has now been officially rolled out to all users. That means you can compose an email and schedule it to be sent at a later date—and it is so easy and no rocket science.

Let’s just say you have an email that is required to be sent at a particular date; and due to your tight work schedule, you might not be able to remember when that time comes. All you have to do is to compose the mail, and schedule it to be sent at the exact date and time. Like I said, it is so easy and no rocket science.

Compose an email, click the arrow next to the send button on desktop, and choose from the different options that follow, which allow you to set data and time to send the email—it is that simple. Once done, you can click the “schedule” button and wait for the email to be sent automatically on the set date.


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Author: Ola Ric

Ola Ric is a professional tech writer. He has written and provided tons of published articles for professionals and private individuals. He is also a social commentator and analyst, with relevant experience in the use of social media services.

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