Dynamic emails were introduced in Gmail earlier this year in March. It evolved Gmail beyond a messaging platform by enabling users to interact with more content without having to exit their mailbox. For example, they could respond to comments, RSVP to events, fill out forms, and more. The feature was only available in beta for a few months but it’s going to be rolled out officially to all G Suite and Gmail users from next month.


All Gmail users will receive the Dynamic emails feature starting July 2nd. It will also be available for G Suite accounts but admins will have the ability to disable it from their console if they so desire.

Those who want to use it immediately can start doing that right away by simply enabling the feature on their domain as a beta. Gmail users will be able to disable dynamic emails from the settings menu as well.

This feature comes in handy, particularly when using Google Docs since users will be able to respond to comments directly from Gmail. Dynamic emails will be able to work on different web browsers since they use AMP standards. This is why sites like Pinterest and Booking.com have implemented it in their emails so that users can easily interact with their content.

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