There is good news for Gmail users that now they can communicate with people who speak different languages, as announce roll-out of an automatic translation feature. Gmail will automatically translate your message in other language by just clicking on the translate button in the header. This automatic translation feature enables you to reply in the native language of sender. As revealed by product manager for Google Translate, Jeff Chin, automatic message translation is one of the most popular features of lab.
"We heard immediately from Google Apps for Business users that this was a killer feature for working with local teams across the world," as written by Chin in a blog post. If you don’t want to translate your stuff, what you need to do is just click on turn off button. Users need to click always translate button if they want make translate feature permanent. In addition to this Google has also rolled out two new features- title tweaks and smart mute. With the help of title tweak option users can make changes in the text in the browser tab. Smart Mute feature helps you keep e-mail threads out of your inbox.
Source : Thinkdigit