2nd-July-2019 is an important day for Goggle Gmail services user as the company is set to bring “dynamic email” to Gmail. This will be a massive change as the tech giant seek to position itself at the top of email services. The beta versions have been tested , the testing period ended earlier this year. Chrome, Opera and Safari on desktop should support the feature as well as the Gmail app on iOS and Android.
What is Gmail Dynamic Email?
The new feature will allow users to interact with emails in way entirely different from what is going on now. Dynamic Email is built on AMP and will work on different kinds of device. What set the function apart is the ease of simply responding to messages. Additionally a Gmail users will be able to RSVP to event, fill out surveys, respond to comments and browse images, all directly from within an email.
The new function will allow gmail users to interact and use other Google services such as Google words. With dynamic email, you’ll see an up-to-date thread in Gmail and can reply or resolve comments directly within a message. Before, you could only view comments or suggestions someone made to your document within an email, then make changes in a separate Google Docs window.
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Another Advert based feature?
According to a report a handful of businesses are already using dynamic email to reduce the barriers to entry for their product or service. As you can imagine, the feature will be particularly useful for advertising because it makes it even easier for customers to respond to an offer. For example, dynamic emails sent by Booking and OYO Rooms let users navigate hotel rooms from within an email, without ever having to visit the travel fare sites.
But the feature goes beyond e-commerce. Pinterest is using dynamic emails so that people can more easily browse pins and save them to their board. And if you ever receive a dynamic email from Doodle, an online service for setting up meetings. You can quickly book a meeting time right from your inbox.
Other companies approved by Google to use dynamic email include Despegar, Ecwid, Freshworks, Nexxt and redBus. That’s a rather small list, but one that is expected to grow as the feature picks up steam. If you’re worried about receiving actionable emails from strange domains, we don’t blame you. Fortunately, Google will vet each company before allowing them to use the feature.
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How to use Dynamic Email on Gmail
First you have to download a new version of Gmail. Dynamic email should be enabled by default in the version you downloaded. Perhaps it isn’t enable, you’ll need to make sure the display external images option in the Gmail settings menu is turned on. If you prefer a traditional email experience, you’ll have the option to disable dynamic email.