Using Gmail for Email’s is great, but sometimes we just want hit the eject button so that we can’t get same topic emails again and again. Like those heated threads at work, where you think everyone’s wrong except you. Or those times when someone’s seeking group approval, but your opinion is the only one that matters. Or maybe you just nailed it, and there’s nothing more to say (bam).
Yesterday, Google introduced new feature for Gmail is making it more and easier to have the last word on any email with Mic Drop. Simply reply to any email which you received using the new button ‘Send + Mic Drop’. Everyone will get your reply / email, but that is the last you’ will ever hear about it. Yes, even if anyone try to respond you won’t see it again in your mailbox.
When we drop the mic, your email will also include an explanatory image–just to help set expectations.
“Now Sending email is so much easier when you don’t have to worry about people responding!”
“Mic Drop is a huge improvement over Mute! I can finally let everyone know I’m just not interested.”
Google just lunched this feature for the web and hope soon they will update same with mobile.
It’s International Women’s Day, and as Google celebrating women by asking them to finish the sentence, “One day I will..” #OneDayIWill
International Women’s Day 2016 – #OneDayIWill
Google film crews visited around the world to create a series of videos that highlight women sharing their dreams and aspirations by telling what they plan to accomplish one day. According to Google, the crews were made up of mostly women to foster a celebratory and encouraging environment.
In addition to the video, Google has included a link on its home page to a #OneDayIWill website, where women can share their aspirations, as well as watch behind-the-scenes footage of the #OneDayIWill videos.
Google posted a new doodle on Google India home page, where Google Welcoming the 2016 edition of the 2016 ICC T20 Cricket World Cup.
ICC T20 Cricket World Cup will start from March 8, 2016 and run till April 3, 2016. This tournament will be played across seven venues in India and total 16 teams participating, all 16 teams are listed below-
In doodle google shows a cricket stadium with two teams are seen playing.
The first match of the tournament are scheduled on dated March 8, 2016 between Zimbabwe and Hong Kong at 3 PM and 2nd match between Scotland and Afghanistan at 7.30 PM. The opening matches will be played in Nagpur (Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground).
You can check cricket schedule by clicking on Google doodle and also by searing “cricket schedule”
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