Does Gmail want to be an instant messaging client? From a report: Last month, the popular webmail app rolled out an emoji response bar in the mobile app, where a single tap would send a new email with your emoji response. Now, a wild new UI experiment spotted by Android Police takes it one step further: a quick reply bar that looks just like instant messaging input. Instead of the usual input block you get for writing paragraphs of overly formal text, this new Gmail experiment has a one-line input bar at the bottom for replies. A drop-down menu above lets you choose from the usual ‘reply’, ‘reply all’ or ‘forward’ options. You also get an attachment and send button. An “expand” button will presumably launch the usual compose interface.
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