Google To Soon Launch Smart Replies
When an app supports Hangouts, Facebook Messenger, and WhatsApp one could deliver a canned response to someone directly from a notification.
This approach might sound dispassionate, however, it could save the time taken to reply when in a hurry to a meeting. For instance, a quick “be right there” reply while racing to a lunch meeting.
Smart Replies have been criticized of being cold and impersonal, however, they have been handy in case one just wanted to acknowledge a work message or answer a simple question. And soon, you might not even have to open the app.
The code also provides further hints of an option to create your own GIFs by recording them. Also, a “Universal Media Keyboard” may help you search for all kinds of content, although it’s not clear whether this is limited to cosmetic features like emoji and stickers or will include web material like news. There is no guarantee that these features will arrive in one of the near-term updates to Gboard.
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