It was a hectic day at work… designing, e-mails campaigns, recovering lost data grrrrr… so many things to get done and not enough time to do them all. Anyway while I was I traveling home, suddenly I remembered that I had forgotten to send an urgent E-mail to one of my clients. So I was kind of in a hurry to get home and get online.
It was late when I got home. I typed up my email in a rush to my client, it took me some time, as usual since I’m not so good in writing :). Here’s a draft of what I typed:
Then I clicked on the “Send” button to send it and suddenly out popped a small box – with love from Gmail.
You’ve probably seen the box too. Gmail understands you might want to attach some documents or not. If you have not attached the document like you mentioned in the mail Gmail gives you a cute reminder that maybe you had forgotten to attach as you said you have. In my mail to my client, I had mentioned “I have attached”, but in my rush to get the job done, it completely slipped my mind to attach the document.
But the good thing about Gmail is that it is sensitive to some words found in the body area. Keywords such as “see attached” “find attached” “I am attaching” any similar words with “attach”. Then I canceled and attached my document and sent it. Gmail – you rock! Keep up the great work Gmail..