Google has added a shortcut in its Gmail Android app so users can add recipients to their emails more quickly.
In the web version of Gmail, by adding the ‘+’ or ‘@’ symbols to the body of the email, users can see a list with the name of contacts that by clicking on them are added directly as recipients.
If users remove those symbols from the body of the message, Gmail will remove those contacts as recipients of that email.
Now, this recipient shortcut is being implemented in the Gmail application for Android, although so far it is only available to users of G Suite paid accounts, as reported by G Suite on its blog.
This new shortcut comes after in late July, Google began integrating its Meet video conferencing service into the Gmail app for Android, which was already available for iOS.
Since then, the Gmail application includes a dedicated Meet tab, from which users can directly join video conferences.