A few days ago, Google Gmail was integrated with multiple features, including Gmail, chat messaging, and the Group Room tab. Google was behind it. However, the new Gmail infrastructure, including Google Chat and Room Tab, is limited to enterprise users. This feature is now available for both user-generated user and personal Gmail accounts. This means that regular users will now be able to take advantage of this integrated workspace.
But what is the reason for this combination? In a recent statement, Google said that in most cases, people spend more time in front of the office or workplace, computers or laptops. With that in mind, I started trying to bring all the features into one page. That’s why you do not have to go from one tab or page to another again and again. Based on the integration of this feature, Gmail now has four tabs: Mail, Meet, Chat and Rooms.
By the way, for the past few months Gmail has had Mail and Meat tabs. Later, the Chat and Rooms tabs were added. In this case, users can send messages to a specific user or small group via the Chat tab. On the other hand, you can share different types of files or information with the help of ‘Rooms’ option. One can participate in any big discussion.
Where can I find these four tabs?
All four tabs can be found in the bottom bar of the Android and Web versions. In this case, the Gmail slidebar is divided into four sections. However, this feature is not yet available in the iOS version.
How to turn on Gmail chat and room feature?
In this case, Android users must first open the Gmail app. Then 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 on the Try Last button. In this case, Gmail will relaunch once more. After that all the features will be available. Before enabling related features, you need to check if you have the latest version of Gmail app
The web version requires 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 on the Confirm pop-up box
Written by: Sovan Chanda
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