Google recently roped in a feature from Inbox and baked it on Gmail called the Smart Reply. This feature – available on both Android, iOS, and web – scans your emails as they are coming in and then serves you pre-formulated responses for those moments you’re feeling too lazy to type out a response.
For instance, you might get an email inviting you to an event. The Smart Reply feature will give you options like ‘I’ll be there,’ ‘Thanks, I’ll give you a response soon,’ or ‘Sorry, I can’t make it.’
For some, at first they might have appeared useful, but as time goes by, and you keep getting emails requiring well-thought-out responses. These Smart Replies hardly seem appropriate or satisfying, and you might as well disable them altogether.
How to turn off Smart Replies in Gmail
Launch the Gmail app. Tap on the three lines running horizontally down on the upper right-hand corner of your screen. Tap on Settings.
Next, select the email account you want to turn off the Smart Reply feature; if you have signed into two or more, Gmail accounts on the Gmail app.
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