How to Communicate More Easily Across Languages in Gmail-: Gmail is one of the best and most widely used email services over the internet because of its extraordinary qualities and Google keeps adding new features to make it awesome to Gmail user. in this post we will learn how we can communicate more easily across languages in Gmail Finding the right words can be difficult, especially across languages, and once you choose them, finding a way to type them can be even harder.
Writing a mail other than English is not new in Gmail in the year 2009 Google support 5 languages including Hindi .
Google Added more than 100 virtual keyboards, transliteration and IMEs ( input method editor, commonly abbreviated IME ) —collectively called input tools—in Gmail. These tools enable you to type in the language and keyboard layout you’re accustomed to, making it easy to keep in touch with family, friends and coworkers from any computer. You can even switch between languages with one click.
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How to Communicate More Easily Across Languages in Gmail
To try it out, check the box next to Enable input tools under Language in Settings.
Once you’ve enabled it, you’ll see the Input Tools icon next to the Settings button in your toolbar, and you can turn on and off any Input Tool from there.
Gmail’s users are from all over the world—and language should never get in the way of a good conversation. If you’d like to use Input Tools in other places, try out the Chrome extension, the Windows desktop client or the Android app.
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