Gmail got a much-needed visual refresh and some clever new features recently, including Smart Compose and a snooze button for incoming messages. But did you know that the revamped interface also supports user mentions, à la Twitter? When you’re composing a new message or a reply, you can insert anyone’s email address in the body by entering the @ symbol, followed by their name. For example, @Abhimanyu will bring up a list of people in your contact list with that name, and choosing any of them will add a mailto link labeled with their name. When your recipient clicks that… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Gmail,Twitter
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Squline is a platform that enables users to learn foreign languages from native speaker teachers via video calls South Jakarta-based language learning platform Squline announced its expansion to the Australian market by offering online Bahasa Indonesia classes. Aspiring students can begin by taking tests on the platform to determine their level of proficiency, before taking […]
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