Google is taking off convenient new shortcut editing features includes in Gmail to enable clients to address mistakes and edit while in form see.
The editing features incorporate another easy route to undo or redo in the form window and another alternate way for strikethrough text.
While two of the features will be accessible as alternate shortcut buttons, the third one enables the clients to download messages in a different format from Gmail on the web.
“If you need to undo an action like if you accidentally delete the content of your draft of an email, you can do so straight from the compose view. Anytime you have undo, you want to also have the option of redo, so we’ve added that as well.” Google mentioned in a blog post.
As the name suggests, clients can utilize the undo button to move to past step, like MS Word’s undo buttons. These buttons will be notwithstanding the effectively existing Ctrl+z for undo and Ctrl+Y redo alternate routes.
Gmail clients will currently have the capacity to Strikethrough message notwithstanding Bold, Italics and Underline.
This usefulness is basic to rapidly and effectively compose emails, particularly when somebody needs to visually indicate a change in language.
The component was accessible alongside others under the formatting segment at the time of composing the email.
Option to download messages as .EML files in rfc822 format from Gmail on the web
The .EML format was something bolstered by other email customers and enables you to see the Gmail message alongside connections on these customers.
Alongside this usefulness, clients would now be able to include these downloaded messages as attachments in their messages.