Today, Google is introducing Smart Reply on its Docs platform. Google is extending its smart technology to evolve with its diverse products just like every other technology inclined initiative has focused their respective creation to evolve with smart innovation which helps to process tasks by auto.
The Search Giant aims to be flexible with its apps that record text documentation — with Smart Compose that already exists on Google Docs, Smart Reply is expected to provide accurate suggestions when composing a text via Google Docs.
Remember, Google launched its smart features prior to the COVID-19 outbreak and continued to extend these Smart features to more of its products — Gmail was the last Google product to receive its Smart Compose, as well as replying with intelligence, per Google’s announcement.
Just as Smart Reply precedes Smart Compose, both features are expected to save users time while using Google Docs. For context, you can reply to a comment in Docs in a blink of an eye with Smart Reply by simply clicking the available suggestions that are suitable for a reply.
Smart Reply in Google Docs saves you time replying to comments in Docs by suggesting relevant replies. It may not present suggestions in all cases, and the comment thread must be in English. Simply click on a suggestion to use it, once you click, you can send it as-is or edit it before sending.
Google’s Smart Compose and Smart replies are both powered by AI technology — with this intelligence, below the text field, shows the next suitable suggestion for a reply. Smart Reply on Google’s platforms is active by default, but this feature would be incomplete if users cannot disable Smart Reply.
Still, the interface for running Smart Reply is simple — to deactivate Google’s intelligence for a smarter response, go to Tools >> click Preferences >> then Show Smart Reply.
Google said Smart Reply will be available for the wider range of its services including Google’s Workspace products such as Drawing, Sheets, Slides — Google’s Smart Compose already features on these platforms.