New Delhi: Here is good news for Gmail users. Now, users will be able to conveniently comprehend emails they receive in other languages as Google has announced to roll out the automatic translation feature for all Gmail users over the next few days.
"Since message translation was one of the most popular Gmail labs, we decided it was time to graduate from Gmail Labs and move into the real world. Over the next few days, everyone who uses Gmail will be getting the convenience of translation added to their email," said Jeff Chin, Product Manager, Google Translate, in a blog post.
On receiving a message in a language other than your own, all the users need to do is click on Translate message in the header at the top of the message, and it will be instantly translated into your language
Besides, Google has announced to roll out two other Gmail Labs graduations - smart mute and title tweaks.
But if you do not need to translate, just click on Turn off for: [language]. Moreover, if you would like to automatically have messages in that language translated into your language, click Always Translate.
"If you accidentally turned off the message translation feature for a particular language, or don't see the Translate message header on a message, click on the down arrow next to Reply at the top-right of the message pane and select the Translate message option in the drop-down," said Google in a blog post.
Besides, Google has announced to roll out two other Gmail Labs graduations - smart mute and title tweaks - across the email service.
Title tweaks changes the text in the browser tab so that you can more easily see if you have new messages. The tab now reads "Inbox (20) - email@example.com - Gmail" instead of "Gmail - Inbox (20) - firstname.lastname@example.org." Smart Mute helps you keep noisy email threads that are not relevant stay out of your inbox.