If you want to write emails from emails using hide and seek, then Google’s new Charter-powered tool is coming to help you. Let’s know about it…
Google has announced new generative AI features for its workspace apps including Google Docs, Gmail, Sheets, Slides, Meet and Chat. With new AI features, users will be able to compose, reply, sum up and prioritize their Gmail contracts. In Docs, they’ll get the chance to brainstorm, proofread, write, and rewrite, while in Slides, they’ll get to bring their creative vision to life with auto-generated images, audio, and video.
- Can do so much work in sheets
Furthermore, in Sheets, users will be able to go from raw data to insights and analysis through auto-completion, formula generation, and contextual categorization, while in Meet, they will be able to generate new backgrounds and capture notes. In chat, new AI features will enable workflows to work for users.
- What did Google say?
Google said in a blogpost, ‘We will launch these new experiences this month through our trusted tester program, starting with English in the US. From there, we will iterate and refine the experience before making it more widely available to consumers, small businesses, enterprises and educational establishments in more countries and languages.
Meanwhile, Google is reportedly working on a new ‘Search Companion’ feature for its web browser Google Chrome. Search Companion will be a useful new way to search the web using Lens. With the new feature, the tech giant aims to create a deeper connection between Lens and Chrome.