Google is a great search engine – the most powerful and the most popular search engine in the world right now. It is also a great platform with a range of extensive options giving you tons of flexibility to do tons of stuff. From its amazing Gmail mailing system to Google Meets, Google is a complete package for anyone and everyone.
However, with great power comes great responsibility, and Google is often accused of using or securing its users’ data without consent. That problem will be solved with the new feature that Google will be soon rolling out, which enables the user to turn off their Google data to offer smart features. Smart features from Google included Smart Compose and Smart Reply.
With this feature, Google is letting you take control of your data and giving you the power of it. If you have toggled it off, then Google will not be able to give you smart features, and hence you will be in control of the data that powers them. The toggle disables the background data that doesn’t allow Google to use your data.
The smart features on Gmail include automatic email filtering, categorization, smart compose, summary cards, auto-replies, and a few more. Opting out of this feature will mean that the user will not be able to access these features but will also preserve their data.
According to Google, this feature will roll out in a few coming weeks, so keep your eyes peeled.