The latest version of Google’s messaging app Gmail, called Gmail Plus, allows users to “recover lost messages” by using a “recall message gong” that sounds like the sound of a phone ringing.
The app also allows users “to send messages, attachments and reminders to other users via email”.
“Gmail Plus is a powerful messaging solution for anyone who wants to communicate, share ideas and find out more about people and places around the world,” it says.
“You can send messages and attachments directly from the Gmail app, without leaving your device, and it can also be used for reminders and other notifications.”
Recall messages are great for remembering your missed calls and text messages, and they can also help you organise and organize your information in your calendar.
“Recall messageGmail users can use the app to recover lost messages.
Users can use a ‘recall gong’ to ring a bell.
Image: GoogleGmailPlusGmail.com/recallGmailRecallGmails can also send “sent items”, such as photos, music, videos and photos that are stored on the device.
Recall items can be shared via a shared list, in which you can “send items, attachments, or reminders to people, places and other things that you have shared with them via email or text message”.
Google says the app can also use “your device’s camera, microphone, and microphone to send audio and text notifications”.”
If you receive a notification that your device is recording audio, text or images, you can immediately dismiss it by pressing the ‘Delete’ button in the notification centre,” it adds.”
If your device does not record audio or text, the notifications will appear as they normally would.
“Google says users can “see who’s using your account, send messages to them, and delete your messages” if they want to.
Gmail allows users the option to “send messages, images and audio” to “anyone in your inbox, with no limit on the number of messages you can send or the number you can receive”.”
To learn more about how to use Recall messages, see our Recall Message Guide,” it added.
Google has not said what sort of messages are recovered from a user’s account.
In a statement, Google said it had “designed Recall Messages to allow users to send messages directly to others, without ever leaving your Gmail account”.”
This makes it simple for people to remember what’s been said to them and to reply to them directly, while still keeping the privacy of their messages secure,” it said.”
We also support email, SMS and MMS, and the Recall gongs allow users access to messages, photos, and audio from other people’s accounts.
“Recalls are typically set to expire after a certain amount of time, but Google said users could also set a “time limit” for their own Recalls.