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Google is rolling out three new Gmail features to help users compose emails more easily. Specifically, new Gmail features would help users correct mistakes and edit while composing the email.
New Gmail features – are they useful?
Google has added two new shortcut buttons while the third feature helps you download messages in a different format. The three new Gmail features are explained in detail below.
The first new Gmail feature is an undo/redo button. This new button is helpful when you accidentally make a mistake while drafting an email. You can find this shortcut on the bottom left of the formatting menu, which is at the bottom of the compose window. The button carries backward and forward arrows for your corrections. It is surely a useful addition, making it convenient and easy to correct mistakes.
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Another new feature is the strike-through button. As the name suggests it puts a line through the text. This button can be found on the right side of the formatting menu. To help you easily locate it, this button has a letter “S” with a line through it.
Explaining what inspired this button, the Gmail team in a blog post said, “We’ve heard from you that this functionality is critical to quickly and efficiently write emails, especially when you want to visually indicate a change in language.”
The last new Gmail feature is related to downloading more than editing. This feature allows users to download emails as .EML files from the web. “This format is recognized by other email clients, allowing you to view the Gmail content along with attachments within these clients,” the team says.
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Also, Gmail’s blog post notes that users will be able to add these downloaded files as an attachment in emails. Like the other two features, this is

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