Just a few days ago, Gmail, like Google Meet, integrated with various features, such as chat messaging and the Group Room tab. And behind it was Google itself. However, Gmail’s new infrastructure, including Google Chat and the Tab tab, was limited to business customers. This feature is now available for free users and personal Gmail accounts. This means that regular users will also get the benefit of this integrated workspace from now on.
But what is the reason for this integration? In a recent statement, Google said that in most cases, people spend most of their time in front of computers or laptops, whether in the office or at work. And with that in mind, an attempt has been made to have all the features appear on a single page. Attachment is why you don’t have to go from one tab or page to another over and over again. Based on this feature integration, Gmail will now have four tabs, namely Mail, Meet, Chat, and Sales.
Gmail has had Mail and Meet tabs in recent months. Later, the Chat and Sales tabs have been added. In this case, users can send messages to a specific user or small group using the chat tab. Alternatively, various file types or information can be shared with the help of the “Rooms” option. You can participate in any important discussion.
Where can I see these four tabs?
These four tabs can be seen in the bottom bar of Android and web versions. In this case, the Gmail slide bar is divided into four sections. However, this feature is not yet available in the iOS version.
How do I enable Gmail chat, room feature?
In this case, Android users must first open the Gmail app. After that, you need to go to the settings option. From there, go to your personal Gmail account. Now you need to go to General and Chat (Early Access) options. Click the Test button at the end. In this case, Gmail will be relaunched once. Then all functions will be available. Before you enable related features, you need to see if you have the latest version of the Gmail application.
The web version will require a link. In this case, web users should go to mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#settings/chat. Then select the “Google Chat (Early Access)” option instead of the “Classic Hangouts” option. Finally, click the Confirm pop-up box
Written by: Sovan Chanda