Now, you would be able to comprehend emails you receive in other languages. Google has just announced that it would be rolling out the automatic translation feature in Gmail over the next few days.
“Over the next few days, everyone who uses Gmail will be getting the convenience of translation added to their email,” Jeff Chin, Product Manager, Google Translate, said in a blog post.
If you want to change a message from another language to your language, all you need to do is just click on Translate message in the header at the top of the message, and it will be instantly translated to the language of your choice.
And, if you’d like to automatically have messages in a language translated into your language, click Always Translate. If you’re bi-lingual however, and don’t need translation for a particular language, just click on Turn off for: [language].
“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,” Google further adds.
In addition, Google has also announced the launch of 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. While, the Smart Mute helps you keep noisy email threads that are not relevant, out of your inbox.