Gmail Will Now Convert Phone Numbers, Addresses to Links

Gmail just hyperlinked a LOT of emails

Gmail and Inbox Will Now Convert Addresses, Phone Numbers and Contacts Into Clickable Links

And if you're on a smartphone, clicking a phone number link will start a call with the device's default phone app. Even for phone number or email address, they had to copy and paste it on other apps to initiate the communication.

The feature is available on Gmail and Inbox by Gmail on iOS, Android, and the web.

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For its latest update, the email service is making a long-awaited improvement by turning key information in emails - such as addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses - into clickable links. Regardless, if it means less copy-and-pasting to send an email or look up an address, I'm all for it. Google has finally kicked-off for an update, which provides a form of an app of emails with a capability to convert the email addresses, contact numbers, and addresses into a form of hyperlinks. So now if someone sends you an address, you can click/tap on it and it will take you to the Google Map.

Once the receiver gets the mail, he/she will see the address, phone number and the e-mail in blue colour meaning, it is a hyperlink. This is a welcome change and will make users gmail experience better.

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Smart Reply already drives 12 percent of mobile replies on Inbox, Google's other email app.

The new feature has been integrated into both iOS and Android apps.

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"Clicking an address link will take the user to Google Maps", Google explains in a blog post. The mail included a Google Doc link, which appeared legitimate but was actually not. This, in turn, begs the question as to why Google took so long to roll out such a feature that could save its users time and frustration.

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