Cyber Journal 24, Mar 29, 2015
According to report released by Re/code, Gmail is working on its feature called “Pony Express.” The name sounds weird, and childish, but once launched, this feature will allow email service users to pay their bills right from Gmail without going on any other website.
Pony Express will prove to be another feather in Google’s hat for sure! This feature is expected to be launched during the last quarter of this year.
Almost all the Gmail users know that Google scans all the emails and arranges them categorically. It also automatically marks meetings and flight dates in calendar, and sets reminder. Most importantly, Gmail also allows users to directly unsubscribe from email alerts lists by simply clicking on “unsubscribe”.
As expected, Google’s spokesperson declined to comment about this feature. If all these project details turn out to be true, Gmail would help in saving time as well as considerable amount of paper work for its users. Plus, people will spend more time in Google zone.
Nitten Gokhaley is a freelance journalist. He has worked with several newspapers and news agencies in India. For feedback, email us- email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
This content cannot be used as evidence against the writer and publisher to file case in any court of law around the world. Images used in the content belong to their respective owners. The aim of this site is to spread awareness without any financial gain. We do not wish to hurt anyone’s sentiments or cause financial loss to any individual or organization.
All rights reserved with- CJ24– Copyright 2015