Gmail translates your email

@alberello (4755)
May 3, 2012 5:11pm CST
A Great news on G-mail ! Those (like me) that using the popular Google email service it will already be aware, at least those who receive e-mail in some foreign language. It is published on the button "Translate message", which allows you to read the messages in their own language was originally written in English or other languages??. Along with this news, Google has introduced two more. The first, Title Tweaks, changes the text in the browser tab for easy view of the new incoming messages, and second, Smart Mute, to hide the exchange of mail is too long and boring, keeping them out of the inbox. We will not longer available in the column of some Labs features, namely those that users were snubbed in recent times. But probably not miss at almost nobody.
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@varier (5699)
• Indonesia
5 May 12
I open Gmail daily, and yet I am not aware with those such updates. Where is that button?
@Devilova (5396)
• Indonesia
8 May 12
I think it will appear when you receive an email that use different language that you have set. It will shown upper of the email title when you open a message.
@jureathome (5363)
• Philippines
10 May 12
Although, I don't really get to receive emails in foreign language, but just in case i'd get one in the future, this tool would be very helpful. I wonder how good the quality is of the translation tool. Have you tried it? Does it translate verbative or does it try to understand the whole sentence or paragraph and translate it while keeping the same thought?