Gmail Update: Gmail Now Lets You Make Voice & Video Calls to Your Contacts

Gmail is now more than just an email service

Google will soon introduce a new workspace feature that will let you make video and voice call to your contacts directly from your Gmail. The world’s biggest emailing service, Gmail, has started receiving direct calls from Google meet. This new featured is believed to be a part of Gmail redesign and has already started to roll out for the workspace users. However, the feature is yet to be available for the regular users.

Google is adding new features across its various suite of apps including Gmail. The new Gmail is being updated with one of the most awaited features so far. Gmail users always wanted to have an in-app calling feature and Google has finally listened to them. You can now place calls via Google meet in the Gmail app.

According to reports, Google is trying to build Gmail as a central hub across the suite of apps that Google offers. With Gmail you can send & receive emails, chat with colleagues, create rooms, videoconferences and voice/video calls with the latest release. Currently, Google Meet on the Gmail app only provides option to start a join a meeting but with the new release you can make one-to-one call with your contacts just like Skype or Whatsapp.

The Gmail redesign has starting rolling out and the new release is supposed to have features of Google Calendar & Spaces. These features will be available for the enterprise users at the moment but soon for regular users as well.

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