Gmail has been one of the popular email option used across the globe . You have been used to sharing a lot of information like email addresses and phone numbers to friends and colleagues to setup a meeting or plan events. At times it could mean you are loosing out on your precious time trying to copy and paste the contact information from email to another applications and websites.
To enable users to these tasks efficiently Google has introduced this new feature where you no longer need to copypaste your email address on to the Google Maps. The latest update enhances the power of its mail app to turn addresses, phone numbers and email addresses into hyperlinks.
This seems to be a smart move as it will save a lot of time you spend to gather information. The latest update starting from today will be for Inbox by Gmail for Android, iOS and the web.
The latest update comes as welcome addition as most of Gmail competitors were making it easier for users to add contact details since a long time. Finally you can enjoy this similar feature in Gmail as well. You can look for addresses on Google Maps and email addresses to automatically open your default mail app’s compose window and phone numbers to start a call on the default phone app if you’re on mobile.
As we already said addresses and phone numbers will appear as hyperlinks irrespective of you using Android or OS on mobile or the web on your computer. Though you won’t be able to make calls, but you can launch Google Maps and start a new email on your PC with a single click. Google has mentioned in its blog the feature will be active and fully functional in about three days from now.