Gmail Now Helps Eliminate Sending Emails to the Wrong Person

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Starting yesterday, another one of Gmail’s Labs features snuck their way into the email service permanently. Did you mean to send the email to Andy or Andrew? The new feature helps eliminate accidental boo-boos.

In addition, it’ll also suggest other recipients that you commonly email in conjunction with whoever you’re sending it to. Which is great, because sometimes you want to include both your father and mother. No favorite parent here.

To add someone, just click on the name link that appears on the lower right-hand side of the “To:” field when you are composing a message. Same deal if you’ve typed in the wrong Annie.

Give it a try if you haven’t already as the whole thing is already live.

(via Gmail)

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