May 21, 2009
Gmail is continuing to improve its services in order to become one of the foremost options when it comes to email. Many of the great things that come out of Google is because Google has to solve a problem that the company has because they are an international company.
The new automatic message translation is now another one of those things as it makes emailing those who are of another language even easier. Google is an international company with employees that come from various cultures, languages, and live in different countries.
In order for Google to operate the employees must continually speak to each other from across the world. The automatic message translation in Gmail Labs will now translate the email for you in your language if the writer is writing it in another language.
To turn message translation on you go into Labs under the settings tab and enable “Message Translation” so when you receive an email that is in a language that you do not understand you can click translate message and it will automatically translate the language into what you want it in.
This new feature is a big step for the world of communication and Google Translate.