Gmail Offers New Message Translation Program

May 20, 2009

Global (ChattahBox) – A new feature by Gmail is making it easier then ever to communicate, bypassing language barriers in what is sure to become one of their most popular Labs yet.

Google is well known for it’s innovation, but they may have outdone themselves this time by incorporating a simple, yet rarely used, concept into their email program.

The feature is switches on to automatically translate email messages from one language to another, and it is done with more accuracy in mind then the average online translation website. It offers enough to adequately communicate, even if it won’t allow you to write any heartbreaking sonnets.

To find it, visit your Gmail account, go to Settings, then Labs, then Message Translation, and you will be on your way.


2 Responses to “Gmail Offers New Message Translation Program”

  1. Carl Barron on May 21st, 2009 4:14 pm

    That’s a good thing to do, yet the main problem I and my friends have with Gmail is that we can’t use it much at all, the reason being there’s no facility to create folders is there or have I missed something?

    So it’s pretty useless, as having everything on one page would take you near enough forever to locate it in a busy e-mail box.

    Signed Carl Barron Chairman of agpcuk

  2. sara on May 24th, 2009 11:40 am

    You can use labels feature to sort your mail.

    In reality it is the same as creating a folder to organize your email. It is better in my opinion as you can label one email for several subjects.

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