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Gmail adds Search Autocomplete, Forgotten Attachment Detector, YouTube Previews

Google has introduced new features like Search Autocomplete, Forgotten Attachment Detector, YouTube Previews and Vacation Dates in its web-based email service Gmail. According to Google, these features were earlier a part of Gmail Labs and now have been integrated into Gmail itself.

Google has introduced new features like Search Autocomplete, Forgotten Attachment Detector, YouTube Previews and Vacation Dates in its web-based email service Gmail. According to Google, these features were earlier a part of Gmail Labs and now have been integrated into Gmail itself.

“Start typing in the Gmail search box (English only for now), and Gmail suggests terms that might help you find what you are looking for — from contact names to labels and advanced search operators,” Mark Knichel, software engineer, Gmail, has said.

About the Vacation Dates feature in Gmail, Knichel has said, “If you specify which dates you will be away in advance, you won’t have to remember to turn on the vacation responder when you are actually on vacation. Set your dates in advance, and let Gmail do the rest.”

Knichel has further said, “If you are like me, your friends probably often email you links to YouTube videos. Instead of having to clicking on the link and wait for a new window to load before you can watch the video, Gmail now shows YouTube previews right below the message. All you have to do is click the play button and enjoy.”

“From time to time, we all forget to attach a file and sheepishly send another email with the forgotten attachment. To help save you from that embarrassment, Gmail looks for phrases in your email that suggest you meant to attach a file and alerts you if it looks like you forgot an attachment,” Mark Knichel has added.

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