A new Gmail feature that automatically labels and groups your emails based on their content could make your inbox much easier to navigate.
The 9to5Google researchers delved into the installation files of the Gmail Android application and discovered references to a new tool that would apply labels and group messages without first having to create special filters.
Gmail tags are a useful tool for ordering your messages and have many advantages over the more traditional system of folders for organizing emails. You do not have to move a message from your main inbox to apply a tag, you can apply multiple tags to a message, and you can create custom filters for certain messages to be automatically tagged.
However, creating these filters can take a long time and sometimes it is difficult to know the best way to identify the messages you want to tag.
While delving into the Gmail Android application package (APK), 9to5Google discovered evidence of tags that would be automatically applied for & # 39; purchases & # 39; and & # 39; travel & # 39 ;.
These messages would be grouped together, providing a convenient way to find all your receipts, shipping notifications, invoices and travel tickets without a time-consuming configuration. The APK contains clean icons for traveling and shopping to help you identify them at a glance.
Suggestions such as these are often a good indication of the next features, and although it is not certain that this automatic labeling will appear in a future update, it seems a sensible addition that could make life easier for shopping addicts and frequent travelers.