Google today alien a new affection meant to help users compose and send email faster than ever.

The feature, called Smart Compose, tries to accept typed text so that bogus intelligence can advance words and phrases to finish your sentences. If you like the suggestion, just hit tab to paste it into the message.

It’s the email soul mate you never knew you wanted.

By keying in on common speech patterns, Google’s AI works a lot like predictive text in your admired messaging application. According to Google, the Smart Compose affection saves you time by acid back on repetitive autograph and abbreviation the chance of spelling and grammatical errors.

Smart Compose follows addition acceptable affection added last year called Smart Reply. In that one, Google bound scanned email for ambience before abrogation several options for a quick reply. “Do you want to get a burrito,” for example, would be met with links to send a “yes,” “no,” or “maybe” response. Users would then just click the adopted answer send a quick reply.

Both appearance are notable changes to the way we use email. While AI and email are still a bit of a aloofness concern, the new appearance could ease users into some level of trust in barter for added convenience.

Smart Compose will roll out over the next few weeks in the new Gmail.

Unfortunately, businesses using the G Suite won’t get it initially, as they can’t access Gmail’s recent redesign. If you’re one of the afflicted saps still relying on the old-style Gmail, it may be a few months before you’ll have access to the redesign, or the Smart Compose feature, according to Google.

If you’re on a customer Gmail account, you can access the new affection now by first enabling the new Gmail (Settings > Try the new Gmail) and then award the accepted tab, and enabling “experimental access.”

You can always switch back if you hate it.

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