Gmail new Update Turns the Contact Info Into Links in Emails

Gmail rolls out a new update that will finally turn the contact information into links in the email. This latest improvement of the Gmail turns the key information in emails such as addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses into clickable links. Gmail new Update Turns the Contact Info Into Links in Emails.

Gmail new Update Turns the Contact Info Into Links in Emails

In a blog post shared on Monday, Google explained that both Gmail and Inbox by Gmail on Android, iOS, and the web will start detecting and converting the information into hyperlinks. The feature’s full roll-out is expected to take up to three days.

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Basically, clicking on email addresses will prompt a new email composition window using your default mail app, and as you tap the phone numbers, the mobile device will start a new call request.

Thus, rather than attempting to memorize and re-type addresses in another app, Gmail users can simply click on the address hyperlink and it will open in Google Maps straight away!

Although this update is a game changer for google but this feature is present in the iMessage from years.

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