When you have too many people with the same name in your address books, the chances are you might end sending the right message to the wrong person. Those especially who are habitual of using the autocomplete option quite frequently. Well Gmail is making it simpler as it released a handy feature that makes Gmail check in how and what addresses you put up in a group and just in case the next time you add an email that is5n’t supposed to receive one, it will be colored red and a possible suggestion would be given that you would have used otherwise. Sounds quite intelligent in fact more than that given I have too many similar names.
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