Posted by Todd Jackson, Gmail Product Manager Five years ago yesterday, Gmail starting giving people a gig. What started as an internal tool for Google employees is now used by tens of millions of people around the world in 52 languages.
Posted by Ibrahim Bokharouss, Software Engineer On the Gmail team, we believe finding the right email among thousands of messages can be as important as finding the right web page across the billions of web pages out there. So with the aim of making search in Gmail easier, we built a new experimental feature in Gmail Labs: Search Autocomplete.
Anuj Sharma, Software Engineer Until now, there hasn't been a good way to send email to friends and family in Hindi, my native language and their language of choice.
Posted by Pal Takacsi, Engineering Manager This post comes to you from our team in Switzerland, a small country with no fewer than four official languages and many more spoken by people living here. The majority of Gmail users are outside the U.S., so it's no surprise that since we launched Gmail Labs last year, people around the world have been asking for these experimental features in their local languages. As of today, we're making Gmail Labs available internationally