Check out Gmail Motion – the new, cool feature

The Internet has been abuzz today about the newest feature release from Google. It is called Gmail Motion and it’s Google’s latest attempt to keep up with the ever-evolving technology of the Internet and email. With Gmail Motion, you can now complete selected actions in your Gmail account with a number of gestures.

Standard actions such as reply all, search and archive can now be completed with simple gestures, instead of a keyboard and mouse. This advancement will likely make users feel more in sync with their computers and enjoy their email experiences more than ever.

How does it work?

Gmail Motion works by combining your computer’s built-in webcam with Google’s new, patented spatial tracking technology. The camera detects your body’s movements and translates them into commands in your Gmail account.

How to use Gmail Motion safely

Of course, as with any physical activity, there are certain precautions that ought to be taken in order to protect against injury. You should make sure that there are no fragile objects around you that can be broken. It is easy to get excited about the new technology and make fast movements, which can lead to serious injury if you end up hitting something.

It is also recommended that you take regular breaks, just as you would if you were doing any other sort of work on the computer. Intermittent stretching is ideal as well. It will prevent your muscles from cramping and feeling overworked.

If this sounds like something you’d like to try, check out the Gmail Motion website. It has a printable Motion Guide that fills you in on all of the possible gestures and what they mean. The possibilities with this new technology are limitless. As for business users who are looking forward to using the Motion feature, they’re in luck – the Gmail Motion technology will soon be coming to Google Docs.

This is a great technological advancement that might change the way all of us interact with our computers and complete daily tasks. Google’s latest announcement may seem foolish and kind of crazy to some of you, and it is – it’s just another one of Google’s yearly April Fools’ Day pranks.

Happy April Fools’ Day!

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