Gmail for iOS with smarter notifications

It was just some months ago that the most prevalent email service in the world which happens to be Gmail received a huge redevelopment. Google made a few modifications with email nudging, snoozing, and confidential mode all making their first appearance in conjunction with a solid visual redesign for Gmail. Even though the most of the developments and modifications made by Google was aimed at Gmail, what happens to be one of the major features that Google incorporated was the high-priority notifications.


According to the reports reaching us from our sources, Google has released the high-priority notifications feature as a server-side modification to iOS, and by so doing has provided a way for users to manage their notifications in an easier, smarter way. This new feature makes use of machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) to help users discard the alerts that come from spam emails and other emails that happen to be random, this means that the app will only provide notifications for those emails the app considers to be important to you. Those who are interested in starting to get the high-priority notifications on Gmail, can do so by selecting “High priority only” from the Notifications drop-down in the settings menu of their Gmail iOS app.

In a blog post, the tech giant stated that, “Notifications are only useful if you have time to read them—and if you’re being notified hundreds of times a day, chances are, you don’t. That’s why we’re introducing a feature that alerts you only when important emails land in your Gmail inbox, so you know when your attention is really required.”

There are some individuals who make use of iOS devices who will find that they have not yet received this feature, but be that as it may, Google has stated that very soon it should be able to get to every iOS user. The tech giant is also expected to make the feature available to users of Android devices with time.



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