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Gmail’s Smart Compose feature, which autosuggests words and phrases to help you write emails faster, has been around on desktop for a while now, as well as on Google Pixel 3 handsets since last October. It was supposed to be exclusive to that phone model, but it’s now becoming available on more devices, reports Android Police.
I’ve just spotted it on the OnePlus 6T I’m currently using, as well as a Poco F1 – you’ll need version. 9.2.3 of the Gmail app to get it. It’s turned on by default in this version and notifies you of its existence when you hit the Compose button; you can turn it off if you like. But why would you?
Smart Compose works
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