Just like Gmail's smart compose feature, the new nudge feature is powered by artificial intelligence and hence is turned on for all Gmail users by default. But it's not the first time that Google has enabled this feature: A special Gmail Offline web app for Chrome was available previously, and Gmail users could also enable offline support via a browser extension.
Read, respond to, and search your Gmail messages even when you aren't connected to the Internet.
After enabling the offline mail option users can choose how long they would like Gmail to store their offline mails for them. If you plan to save a lot of email you may be pushing that limit.
Administrators of corporate services G Suite to activate the feature should turn on the "Gmail offline web", and regular Gmail users are already beginning to access the new mode, which is very useful in traveling or in an unstable Network. On the menu that pops up click on Settings (Figure A). Click it and then enable the "Offline mail" tick box.
· Keep offline data on my computer - Data stored on your device will not be deleted when signing out of your Google account or when changing your password.
For the terminally stupid, it's probably worth iterating that "offline" still means your emails won't send until you're back online.
Next, you'll be able to switch to offline mode and customize some of its settings.
Before you go all-in on offline mode, there are a few limitations you should know about.
Take note that Gmail stores data locally for this to work, so make sure there's enough storage space available, Forbes notes. The last setting is Security and the ability to set whether Gmail keeps or removes offline data on your computer after logging out.
Offline mode is only available for people using Chrome, so if that isn't now your browser of choice, you'll need to download it for starters.