Google Redesigns ‘Compose’ Page in Gmail for Mobile
Google is constantly tweaking their Gmail for mobile site, adding nifty little features here and there to improve the experience. Last week saw some subtle changes to the page for composing new messages. One of the new features is that the address field automatically expands, allowing users to see all email addresses entered. When adding names to your email, an autocomplete dropdown window provides contact choices, similar to the desktop experience. Once selected, the full address is hidden with only the name shown in the address field.
Other features found in the new Gmail for mobile experience:
- Remove the contact you just added by tapping Backspace.
- Press the ‘+’ button to see your top contacts, or hide them by pressing the ‘–’ button.
- If for some reason autocomplete fails you and the person you are trying to reach is a Gmail user, just type their Gmail username and a comma, and we’ll take care of the pesky @ sign and the rest (so [hikingfan] becomes [[email protected]].)
- The page now fills the entire screen, giving you more space to see what you’re writing.
How many of you are using the mobile site over the native client found in Android? Are there any features you’d like to see integrated into the mobile version? What’s missing from the native app?
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