Click contact info links in Gmail
mail.google.com 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.