Gmail has a function to create personalized automatic replies so that you have to write repeated emails. The feature allows you to write a message and save it to a repository for later use. With this, the user can keep a set of ready-made templates that can be edited and resent later without having to type everything again.
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The feature already existed, but it has been reformulated and is disabled by default in the new version of the Google service. See how to enable and use on the computer.
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Step 1. In the new Gmail, click the gear icon button and go to Settings;
Access the Gmail settings Foto: Reproduo / Paulo Alves
Step 2. Open the Advanced tab. Then look in the list for the item Automatic responses (templates) and check Enable. Save the change to start using the feature;
Activate the automatic response templates Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves
Step 3. To create a template, open a new message window and write the text you want to use as a basis. Then, open the composition window menu, in the lower right corner;
Write the content of the model and open the menu Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves
Step 4. Select the Automatic replies> New automatic reply menu and give a name for your email template. Then, the text entered in the compose window will be saved for later use. Gmail allows you to create unlimited numbers of ready-made email templates;
Save email as a template Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves
Step 5. Whenever you need to use ready-made text, access the quick answers menu and select one of the templates created previously. Make sure to click on the item under the Insert label;
Reuse emails saved as templates in Gmail Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves
Step 6. The text saved in the quick answers menu will open for editing automatically. Edit the content, if necessary, and fill in the recipients' emails. Sending must be done manually, since Gmail does not share automatically.
Send the email manually Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves