Gmail's New Compose Window

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Currently I feel Gmail is the best email client currently available. If you disagree feel free to leave a comment so I can publicly embarrass educate you. Google came out with a fun campaign awhile back to help convert users to Gmail. I always thought this video from that campaign was kinda funny.

Anyway, now that you are using Gmail if you weren’t already I’d like to announce a new feature they are rolling out today. It’s a new style compose window.

The New Compose Window For Gmail

While not a super feature it does allow you to still see your inbox or another message while writing your new email. It always bugged me composing a new message when I was trying to reference another.

Google claims the new window is faster and easier to use. To learn more about this new feature check out Google’s official post here. http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2012/10/introducing-new-compose-in-gmail.html

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