Click con­tact info links in Gmail

Web User - - What’s New Online - One prob­lem with us­ing Gmail on the web or in its app is that it doesn’t con­vert phone num­bers, email ad­dresses and street ad­dresses into hy­per­links, so you need to cut and paste this in­for­ma­tion into mes­sages. Hap­pily, this prob­lem has now been re­solved. Open an email to­day and you’ll see links on num­bers and ad­dresses which, when clicked, open de­fault di­alers, maps or win­dows for writ­ing new emails. Gmail has also ad­dressed another ir­ri­ta­tion by let­ting you edit your pass­word and pro­file in­for­ma­tion, and your pri­vacy and se­cu­rity set­tings, via the An­droid app, as well as its desk­top ver­sion.

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