Google has made new changes to Gmail for a brand new Gmail compose window. The new update lets users compose email messages in a faster and simpler way. A preview for the new compose window is available for all Gmail users to get an idea about how it works before they actually start composing their mails.
The new Gmail compose window is great for multitasking – something you will find to be extremely useful during your tight office schedule. You will be able to check your emails, compose more than one message and save draft messages all in the same window. There is no need to redirect the page to the drafts folder as users are able to open their saved draft messages again in the same window in order to complete the email message.
Unlike the old Gmail, the new Gmail compose window does not open up in the same tab; rather, it is a pop-up window, much like the Google Talk dialog box. You can minimize it when you need to go back to your inbox.
Many of the options included in the new Gmail compose window are the same as the old Gmail. The same email message can be sent to a couple of contacts through the CC and BCC option. Similarly, the option to add attachments, performing spell check and formatting options, such as adjusting the font size, introducing bullets and making the text bold or underlined are all available just like in the old Gmail compose window.
On the other hand, the new features allow users to save as well as discard drafts. Moreover, there is a menu bar containing options for printing, spell check, labeling and other such tools.
However, users are still waiting for some of the features to be made available in future. For instance, a print option for draft messages and an option for sending canned response are still needed to be introduced by Google in the new Gmail compose window.