Google has announced that its new compose window will become the default option for Gmail users. You can check it out for yourself by heading to Gmail; don’t fret if you don’t see it, the rollout is starting now and continuing “over the next few days.” Google confirmed with TNW that eventually the new compose will fully take over and the old compose will no longer be available. The feature was first launched in October 2012. Since then, the “new compose experience,” as Google calls it, has received a few upgrades in response to user feedback. Users can send files with Google Drive and use the new pop-out replies option. Google has also added support for originally missing features like starring and labeling when composing and the Canned Responses lab.
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