Gmail might soon let you talk instead of type with its AI helper

What you need to know

  • Google could upgrade Gmail’s “Help me write” feature on the Android app, allowing users to draft emails using voice prompts.
  • The new functionality reveals a “Draft email with voice” button, allowing users to verbally instruct Gmail’s AI helper in generating their email content.
  • The feature was supposedly added in October 2023, but the exact timeline for its rollout to all Workspace Labs users remains uncertain.

Gmail’s AI-powered “Help Me Write” tool lets you draft emails with text prompts, but Google is apparently adding some voice input trick to speed up your email drafting task.

As spotted by AssembleDebug on TheSpAndroid, Google may be working on a “Draft email with voice” button (via Android Police). As the name indicates, you can chat away your voice prompts, and Gmail’s AI will craft and refine your message before you hit the send button.

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