Gmail on Android now has Instant RSVP feature, a smart addition to make Google Calendar and Microsoft exchange calendar invites easier to handle. Google doesn’t miss one chance to integrate its services better and better to provide users with great product experiences.
With just one tap, all Calendar invites are now easier to respond to. It’s a one tap access to dismissing an invite or including it in your daily schedule. Moreover, if you’re still pondering it, the ‘Maybe’ RSVP certainly comes handy. As Gmail on Android now has Instant RSVP feature, organizing your personal agenda has never been easier.
With the one-tap access, there’s no need to switch to the calendar to check availability or potential plan overlaps. The new feature may not be ground-breaking, but it’s certainly a timesaver and a great tool to get things going. Google Calendar and Microsoft Exchange are both targeted by the Instant RSVP feature.
With this welcome addition, Google also announced that Gmail on Android sports the brand new rich text formatting featuring. Your email can now benefit from rich text formatting to personalize text according to your needs.
The basic trinkets of rich text formatting are of course present. You can choose to switch regular text to italics or bold, underline it or alter the color of your text. Rich text formatting is old news. Nonetheless, it’s been absent with Gmail on Android thus far despite being a quick fix for a more personalized message.
Both Instant RSVP and rich text formatting for Gmail on Android are available already. The updates can be accessed via Google Play Store if you haven’t spotted them yet. Microsoft Outlook for mobile has been one step ahead of Gmail in this regard.
It’s still great news that Gmail on Android now has Instant RSVP feature in addition to rich text formatting. Similar developments for iOS haven’t been announced yet. Nonetheless, it’s possible that Inbox will see these updates sooner than the iOS app.
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