Google will soon release Gmail’s ‘dynamic email’ feature to everyone around the world. The company has scheduled to release this feature on July 2, 2019. The dynamic email feature of Gmail was already available to its enterprise users for beta testing. This “dynamic email” feature from Gmail works on the AMP program from Gmail. This feature promises to let you do a lot more with your email without leaving the app.
Basically, you might have already seen the AMP feature in Google search results. AMP lets you browse different websites on the internet by toning them down and making them much faster. This feature was first launched so as to let people browse internets in areas with poor connectivity.
Gmail’s “dynamic email” feature is an extension of Google’s AMP feature. It will load webpages right inside your Gmail app so you don’t have to leave the app to do tasks such as filling RSVP or confirming an invite.
Do note that the feature is said to be available from July 2 only on Gmail for Web. Google says that “dynamic feature” may eventually come to mobile but no dates have been announced for the same. Google has also put up a short video of how Gmail’s “dynamic email” feature looks like when in action
From the demo by Google posted above, it might be clear to you what Dynamic Email is. It basically lets you respond to questions right inside your email and does not force you to go out of the email to check for the documents.
You can clearly see that the document is previewed inside the email as well. Currently, you will have to click on the document which will open it in Google Docs and then you have to respond to the mail but this makes it a lot easier.