It is a bit surprising that Google takes so much time in adding such a handy feature.
Email is about to get a lot more usability with Google announcing addresses, contacts and phone numbers will now display as links in Inbox and Gmail. Google will include this feature in Gmail and Inbox by Gmail for Android, iOS, and Web users by September 22.
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India has also chose to grant citizenship to Buddhist and Hindu refugees from erstwhile East Pakistan (now Bangladesh). According to home ministry officials there were almost 40,000 Rohingya Muslims staying illegally in the country.
Furthermore, when any emails arrive in your inbox, you might not need it to copy-paste the things on Maps following to observe it within the Inbox or Gmail. Google doesn't specify what the phone number will do on a desktop-possibly launch the Hangouts dialer? So now if someone sends you an address, you can click/tap on it and it will take you to the Google Map. What this means is that for example if someone were to send you an address, you can just click that address to open it in an app such as Google Maps. In the recent Android update, Google started allowing Gmail users to change their password and edit other account information. In fact, until now, it was necessary to select, copy and then paste the phone numbers or addresses.
Google has been working on bringing a host of other features to its popular email programs over the past year. What do you think about the new feature?
In other Google news, the company has reportedly offered the European Commission a new way to handle comparison shopping results when users search for online products and services.