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Are you a traveller or an explorer who likes helping others find the best spots in town, and making new friends around the world?

If yes, I personally recommend you to join a new Google's community program, Google Local Guides, which was publicly announced in the blog post on November 13, 2015.

Local Guides is a global community of explorers who share photos, answer local questions, add or fix places, and write reviews on Google Maps. Millions of people rely on contributions like yours to decide where to go and what to do.
If you are asking me any reasons to join this Google Local Guides? For me, I have five reasons to join:

1. Contribute to society 
Since I have known the power of Google Maps, I always use it for my travel and then I have been starting to contribute in order to promote the local places thru adding new places, photos, reviews, and editing information, mostly in Cambodia, to the world. Helping others mean you help your society too.

2. Help others find the best places
As a local guide, I can help other people find where to go and what to do based on my own experiences, and not only I always help others but also they can help me find the best new places that I will plan to go and to do. Millions of people rely on contributions like mine to decide where to go and what to do.

SEE ALSO: Google's Year in Search 2015

3. Get benefits from Google
Once you sign up, every place you contribute to in Google Maps earns you points towards unlocking something new—from early access to new products to exclusive contests and events (Local Guides Level 5 Summit etc.), bonus Drive storage, and more. Honestly, I am one of level 5 local guides in Cambodia, so those benefits I had already - it's your turn!.

You can earn points and level up (level 1 to 5) by writing reviews, uploading photos, adding new places, fixing outdated information, and answering simple questions. Each contribution type is worth one point, so you can earn up to five points per place. Read more on the official help.

4. Make new friends
Thousands of people joining the community at everywhere Google Maps is available. Due to the recent introduction to new community forum for local guides, Local Guides Connect - a new way for us to start conversations, swap local tips, and plan meet-ups with a friendly community of fellow explorers in our areas. It is a good chance to keep in touch, even face-to-face, and make new friends with other local guides in the globe.

5. Keep connected with Googlers
You want to say hi or ask questions to Googlers (Local Guides team)? You can make it on Local Guides Connect so easily. They are friendly to help reply to your questions, I think :-).

What are your reasons to join the program? Share it in the comment below! 

5 Reasons You Should Join Google Local Guides

Screenshot: Cambodia's Satellite Imagery on Google Earth Engine

Since Google started working with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), NASA and TIME, it has released more than a quarter-century of images of Earth taken from space, compiled for the first time into an interactive time-lapse experience. It believes this is the most comprehensive picture of our changing planet ever made available to the public.

Built from millions of satellite images and trillions of pixels, you can explore this global, zoomable time-lapse map as part of TIME's new Timelapse project. View stunning phenomena such as the sprouting of Dubai’s artificial Palm Islands, the retreat of Alaska’s Columbia Glacier, the deforestation of the Brazilian Amazon and urban growth in Las Vegas from 1984 to 2012, according to a post on the official blog. That is why I make a tour about "Cambodia's Timelapse 1984-2012 Tour on Google Earth Engine". Please check it out as the following:


Visit the global timelapse video shows changes to our planet visible from Landsat satellite imagery?

Back to the Google Earth Engine, do you know it?
Google Earth Engine is a platform for petabyte-scale scientific analysis and visualization of geospatial datasets, both for public benefit and for business and government users.
Earth Engine stores satellite imagery, organizes it, and makes it available for the first time for global-scale data mining. The public data archive includes historical earth imagery going back more than forty years, and new imagery is collected every day. Earth Engine also provides APIs in JavaScript and Python, as well as other tools, to enable the analysis of large datasets.

How is Earth Engine different from Google Earth?

Earth Engine and Google Earth serve different purposes. Google Earth enables you to travel and learn about the world through a virtual globe. You can view satellite imagery, maps, terrain, 3D buildings and much more. Earth Engine, on the other hand, is a tool for analyzing geospatial information. Although Earth Engine has a data catalog, not everything available in Google Earth is available for analysis in the Earth Engine catalog. Similarly, much of the data in Earth Engine is not currently available for visualization in Google Earth.

This video introduces Earth Engine and demonstrates how it is being used to address planetary challenges. Visit more on Google Earth Engine's website!

Have something to say? COMMENT NOW!

Cambodia's Timelapse 1984-2012 on Google Earth Engine

Phnom Penh, Friday 2nd October 2015: Google announced it will host its first “Love Your Language Cambodia” translate-a-thon campaign this weekend (October 2-3) in a dedicated effort to reduce the language barrier for Khmer speakers on the web, at home and around the world, through crowd-sourced translations.

Love Your Language Cambodia Event
Google is inviting Cambodian translators, language experts and language lovers to help improve the quality of Khmer translations online. Google Asia Pacific's Amy Kunrojpanya, Head of Public Affairs & Communications for New Emerging Markets, explained, “We believe Google tools in the hands of our Cambodian users can help build a web that works for this country, its people and the Khmer language. We're introducing the Love Your Language campaign to open up the technology that powers Google Translate to communities passionate about their language in Cambodia. Working together we can improve the understanding and quality of Khmer translations, which in turn can help preserve and promote Cambodian culture and language online.”
Google Translate Community, a free crowdsourced translation tool, works with just few clicks or swipes on a mobile phone, tablet or laptop, and even just a few minutes can help millions of Cambodians around the world receive better translations. Google has also introduced Google Handwriting Input for Khmer, which gives internet users a simple way to input text on their smartphone or tablet by writing out Khmer characters with their finger or stylus pen. For those who find it difficult to use small keyboards in complex language scripts, or for older internet users who find typing to be a barrier, Google Handwriting can help them gain access to Khmer web content and the wider world.
Ms. Amy presenting about Google Translate

Google will hold a series of Love Your Language translation-a-thons in Phnom Penh from October 2-4, in partnership with the Royal University of Phnom Penh, the University of Puthisastra, Phnom Penh International University and local Google Developer Groups. Can’t make it to an event? You can still help contribute online at g.co/translate/community.


“If you’ve got accesses to the internet, no matter what device you have, you can help improve Khmer online. So why not take a few moments and let your feedback help millions?” added Ms. Kunrojpanya.

Chamnan joining Love Your Language Cambodia Event
During the launch, I was also participanting and one point I learnt from her sharing was "If you want to help your language more popular online, please use it much on the net (website posts, articles on Wikipedia, blog posts, social media posts ...). Personally, I am the one of translation contributors in Cambodia, and I take some minutes in helping translations on this community few times per week.  So, have you tried to help our, Khmer language, contribution yet?

Google Invites Cambodia to Love Your Language Online

Google Translate Available in Khmer writing

After Google Translate team gave Cambodian users a gift during Khmer New Year 2013 in putting Khmer language as its 66th supported language, the team [both Cambodian & head office engineers] work hard to improve the quality of translations and other new features available for us to use for free - according to the official blog post in January 2015, Google released another feature on Instant translation with Word Lens, and Khmer handwriting feature  to be included with as well.
The Translate app already lets you use camera mode to snap a photo of text and get a translation for it in 36 languages. Now, we’re taking it to the next level and letting you instantly translate text using your camera—so it’s way easier to navigate street signs in the Italian countryside or decide what to order off a Barcelona menu. While using the Translate app, just point your camera at a sign or text and you’ll see the translated text overlaid on your screen—even if you don't have an Internet or data connection.
This instant translation currently works for translation from English to and from French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish, and we’re working to expand to more languages.
[Related: Khmer Language Now Available on Google Translate]

In Word Lens feature, you can translate into Khmer language too.

Google Translate Traffic Usage in Cambodia
According to Google Transparency Report - browse real-time traffic to Google products and services, it shows that Google Translate service in Cambodia is increasing year by year since the product launched in Khmer language. So, it is our great opportunity to get more updates and other investments from Google soon.

Let get your app updated now and  transform your mobile device into an even more powerful translation tool!

Do you have any idea on this new feature, and what upcoming features will you expect to get from? Personally, I am waiting to get another feature of Voice recognition in Khmer. How about yours?Please express below.

Khmer Handwriting Available in Google Translate

With great efforts by local team of Google Street View in Cambodia for nearly a year since July 2013 when the official project announced. Today, I am really proud to see my historical site, Angkor Wat Temple, officially published on the Street View. The Angkor Wat project includes over 90,000 360-degree views from over 100 temples making it into one of Street View.

Let explore the Angkor Temple through this official video!



You can interact virtually to visit in panoramic view:


The good news makes me feel so excited to write this article to share with my beloved readers.

Bravo Cambodia! Let's share the 360-degree photos together!!

Google Street View Officially Publishes Angkor Wat Temple

Recently Google is improving faster in its products and services especially in next wave emerging market like Cambodia as my previous post about How Many Google Services Available in Khmer Language? which told you all Khmer languages list in Google - it's counted as an evidence of improvement.
The new Captions Feature in video, Youtube had released it since 2008.
Captions can help people who would not otherwise understand the audio track to follow along, especially those who speak other languages or who are deaf and hard of hearing.
 But the Translate Captions is still in a beta, that allows us to watch all videos where the owners has added them translating into a list of available languages (as above photo showing selection in Khmer).
So how to watch the video with Captions in Khmer language? I will guide you as the following:

  1. You are sure that Captions are only available on videos
  2. If a video has captions, you can turn them on by clicking the captions icon at the bottom of the video. Depending on your location, the captions icon will look like one of the following:  or 
  3. Click on "ON/OFF - must be ON", next click on default language list box "English (United State)" then go to "Translate Captions" at the top
  4. Then the popup of "Translate Captions BET" appears, next please scroll down to select language "Khmer -- ខ្មែរ", last you have to click "OK" to apply. You got it done right?
If so, please try to set auto-translate the video of Explore a Google data center with Street View into Khmer language as below:



How the meaning of Captions translated into Khmer correctly - it's based on how we can contribute our correction in Google Translate project.

Watch Youtube Video with Captions in Khmer Language

During the first Google event in Cambodia, DevFest Phnom Penh 2013, last week, Mr. Divon Lan who is a Product Manager Emerging Market, Google, said that Khmer language will be included into Android 4.4 or so-called Android KitKat while he presented a Keynote by Google Representative "Innovation at Google".

The good news it will be an alert for long-waiting android users in Cambodia to hear their language officially released in this new version of Android OS; meaning that from Android 4.4 up to, we no need to root or install any apps to use Khmer Unicode anymore, the language will be embedded into Android firmware. Are you happy to hear that?

The Android will use the Google font “Noto Sans Khmer, it is similar to Nokora” which designed by Mr. Danh Hong. Have you checked it out on any Android devices with the version yet?

I am so happy to see Khmer language included in Android 4.4.
Note: All new features will be released firstly into all Google devices OS such as Nexus 5, if interested buy it here (it's not available to purchase online in Cambodia market yet)! 

Finally, Cambodian Android users will enjoy using their language easily. And I would like to thank for Android developer team and Cambodian related institutes or persons who make the nation language appears in this Google product, Android KitKat.

Let's use our language as much as possible in order to improve or promote our nation!

Khmer Language Officially Be in Android 4.4, KitKat

As my previous article about Khmer language listed in Google Translate during April 2013, and presently Google Street View project in Cambodia has been implementing nationwide - these all are the emerging investment of Google into Cambodia, so have you known today how many Google services which are available in Khmer language?

Personally there are three services (not count Google Search "Web & Image") available in Khmer now; they are Google Translate, Google Maps, and Google Drive.

How can I view them in Khmer language?
So, which Internet browser you use? I recommend using Google Chrome because it is faster and secure especially while using the Google services. Ok, any browser you want it! through my experiences it has two ways to view in Khmer (Google translate and Google Maps):

First trick: You have to go to address by typing the Google website into (www.google.com or www.google.com.kh) then select or choose interface to Khmer (as mentioned below the search box), and last you can go to each service, so you can view it in Khmer.

Second trick: You have to type this following address to view of:
- Google Translate: translate.google.com/?hl=km
- Google Maps: maps.google.com/?hl=km
So, it will show you in Khmer language all.

As for how to view Google Drive, please follow the below:
- Go to your Google Drive (https://drive.google.com/) , next go to Settings tab (at the top-right corner of browser) -> Go to Settings -> In General section: Language, choose Khmer language (ខ្មែរ) by scrolling at the bottom-> last, please Save your change.
Enjoy!! Now you can view the Khmer language as needed!

Finally, I hope sooner we might view in Khmer language of more Google services.

How Many Google Services Available in Khmer Language?

I am pleased to share you an announcement of the first Google event in Cambodia "DevFest Phnom Penh 2013" which will run by GDG Phnom Penh and supported by Google and other Tech Companies in Cambodia.

Do you doubt on what is the DevFest?
DevFest is a series of world-wide community-lead events around the world that have technical sessions center around Google Technology and Platform. DevFest focus specifically to bring all passionate local developers to teach, learn, code and network.

DevFest around the world is mainly sponsored by Google Inc. usually partnered with local tech company in every country.

DevFest is originally started in 2008 in the United Stated by Google Inc. and wide-spread to more than 100 countries in the world through Google Developers Group.


You can view DevFest Phnom Penh on Google Developers DevFest 2013 here: https://developers.google.com/events/devfest/map

So what about DevFest Phnom Penh 2013?
It focuses on the theme “Wearable Computing, Mobile & Cloud”. The event will bring more than 500 local developers and IT engineering student along with Experts and Google Engineer together.

Android, Google Cloud Storage, Google Maps & Street View, Khmer Language on Google Platform, Google App Engine, HTML5 will be the centered of the entire conference.

It's really cool and a good chance for developers who are interested in Google technologies come to meet along with exchanging the idea directly with Google engineers. And it is FREE and open for public on 02 November 2013 from 8am to 5pm at Norton University New Building.

Let's come together and meet me over there!

GDG DevFest Phnom Penh 2013 Is Going to Hold on November 02

googe_street_view_staff_cambodia
About a year ago since 2012, PP-GTUG announced Cambodia Mapping Competition from 15 October – 30 November 2012 for booming the maps.

Finally, what I have been waiting for about Google Maps since I've known how nice and useful of Google Street View. Now it officially launches in my beloved country, Cambodia, on July 23rd, 2013.

Cambodia becomes the 51st country on the planet to embrace Street View and, like many others, tourism is among the driving factors. Google says it is working closely with the Ministry of Tourism of Cambodia, the APSARA Authority (ANA), and the Phnom Penh Municipality to make the program happen.

Street View cars have started whizzing around capital city Phnom Penh capturing images and, as is common with Street View projects, they will expand to cover other cities, town and areas of interest over “the next few years.”

Culture vultures will be keen to hear that Google is fast-tracking the Angkor Wat archaeological site. The company has already dispatched a Street View Trekker team to photograph the historic temple in all its beauty.
googe_street_view_staff_cambodia
Image from GDG Phnom Penh, more here!
Governments once feared the privacy and intrusion issues around Street View and Google Maps, but today many welcome the service as a chance to boost awareness of their country to potential tourists worldwide. Speaking along those lines, Cambodia’s Minister of Tourism Dr. Thong Khon said:
Google’s mapping technology will offer various benefits and help us continue showcasing our beautiful culture and country with the world. Through this partnership with Google and through our on­going ‘Kingdom of Wonders’ campaign, we hope to engage more people, both local and global, in experiencing Cambodia in new way.
Sooner our nice 360-degree panoramic views of other notable heritage locations will be shown to the world through this project. And we can contribute the panoramic photos or photo spheres to Street View Contribute as well.

Bravo, Cambodia! You can check the Google Maps's official domain in Khmer at maps.google.com.kh. Note: Google Maps now available in Khmer language too!

source: TNW

Google Street View Project Officially Launches in Cambodia!

After Gmail introduced new composed and reply experience since the end of 2012, today Gmail is getting a brand new inbox on desktop and mobile that puts you back in control using simple, easy organization.

On the desktop, the new inbox groups your mail into categories which appear as different tabs. You simply choose which categories you want and voila! Your inbox is organized in a way that lets you see what’s new at a glance and decide which emails you want to read when.

You can easily customize the new inbox - select the tabs you want from all five to none, drag-and-drop to move messages between tabs, set certain senders to always appear in a particular tab and star messages so that they also appear in the Primary tab. Personally, I really like this such a new feature!

Check out how it works?

Welcome to the new Gmail inbox

This morning while I am checking my Google+ profile, I got an notification alert from community of GDG Phnom Penh that shared a post about Khmer Language available on Google Translate. The news, it makes me feel so happy to hear, I think this info we are Khmer/Cambodian waiting for long.

It's a special gift for Cambodian users on occasion of Khmer New Year 2013.


What Google Translate team say about Khmer language for their service?
Today’s Khmer launch comes with these useful features: virtual keyboard (in case you want to type in Khmer but do not have Khmer keyboard handy) and ability to read Khmer text phonetically for users who don't read Khmer alphabet.
Google Translate Khmer Keyboard - Image source: Google Translate Blog
Khmer is a challenging language for translation systems for two reasons: There isn’t a lot of Khmer data on the web and words are not usually separated by spaces; so in addition to teaching our translation system a new language, it also has to learn how to separate words (what we call segmentation).

Over time, we will improve the system and make our Khmer translations better. We constantly improve our algorithm when we find new translations and learn from your alternative translations.
Thanks you - អរគុណអ្នក
Would you like to check this "Thanks you" on it? Find it here!

Finally, our language is stated on Google Translate. Bravo... Cambodia, Kingdom of Wonder!!!

In personal, I would appreciate for Google Translate team and Cambodian Khmer language team for your hard effort to make it worldwide available. Thank you all so much!

Khmer Language Now Available on Google Translate

Image source: Youtube
This morning, while I have checked my personal Youtube channel, I saw the new popup alert at the top of the channel.
It may introduce new stuff, I guessed that, I know Google never stop changing or improving more and more.
I am also a Youtuber who I like watching on it and uploading some stuff related IT, personal hobbies, events, tips etc. These why I have to note its improvement on my channel by updating it to use the new one.
Old Youtube layout
"You are more than the sum of your uploads. On your new channel, branding works across devices, you can reach out to non-subscribed viewers, and you can show off more of your content so fans will go deeper" - YouTube.
What impress me to switch to this new changes?
My sample banner photo
All improvement or updates are always good but some do not that based on the users' likes, if more they like it means it's great for such kind of changes. Any means, I do like it based on some features as such:
Nice Channel Art upload
- Banner: that allow me to upload photo with the size 2120 X 1192px (recommended), it's really nice to flexible based on your devices (Desktop, Mobile, Tablet) to use; its maximum scaled width, the channel 2120 X 350px, and the minimum is 1280 X 350px (it's a kindly of Responsive template). You can download my sample designed photo layout (in Photoshop format).
- View as public: allow me to check/view it when update or customize any points as public
- Social Links: locates at the bottom-right corner of banner which allows to visible one customized link (to my personal blog), and 4 social links (max links up to 18 social medias: Google+, Facebook, Twitter ...; but visible only 4 links)
- Channel Art (Edit): it allows me to change the cover nicely with adjustable photo to preview both on desktop and smart devices screen
- Customized content/layout: It's really nice stuffs which allow me to customize my videos in a bigger player mode as Trailer, below the banner photo. I can customize all contents (Popular uploads, Recent uploads, All playlist, Likes, Recent post, Recent activities, Single playlist, and Tag) onto first/home page by two layout styles (Horizontal row or Vertical list).

Now I have updated it to the Once Channel as shown in the below photo.
My YouTube One Channel

Finally, the old layout that allows to upload photo as background today it is out of my channel. I am pleased to share and keep its new feature tips in my blog. Do you like the new change? Check it out more features!

Youtube introduces YouTube One Channel - New design!

Today when +Song Sopheaktra, my colleague spoke out loudly "Wow!! Google+ cover photo got Bigger now!" around 4:00 P.M. At the time I have checked my Google+ profile to view it, then I got the highlight popup to inform me to update it to new cover photo.
It's cool that I can upload a big photo to my profile but I think it's a bit big, if anyone surfs their profile using slow speed internet, it will cause them loading slowly, so will it make them bored?
Luckily, presently even in my beloved country, Cambodia, Internet connection that most users use is improving much more if compared to last 4 or 5 years ago. But what I felt a bit strange on this information to update to new cover one, why Google+ doesn't give me like "Read more..." on this point; I wonder is there any policy or rule to upload it. Anyway, I hope Google+ will not ban or strict much on cover photo as Facebook does.

For my own experience on the cover, the previous one the size of photo was 940px X 160px but the new one is from minimum 960px X 545px up to 2120px X 1192px.

Finally, I can say "Yes" I like the new cover photo, and how about you?

Google+ just roll out Bigger Cover Photo

Since I knew on how to use Google Map Maker (when I was in year 3 in the college, 2006), I have started mapping it so far, especially for my local business, attractive sites, public schools, and state offices etc. at my homeland, Takream commune, Banan district in Battambang province.

Do you know what is Google Map?
Now let me introduce it shortly as in quote "Google Maps is a map service that you view in your web browser. Depending on your location, you can view basic or custom maps and local business information, including business locations, contact information, and driving directions. Click and drag maps to view adjacent sections immediately. View satellite images of your desired location that you can zoom and pan."

So you know already what Google Map is, and then do you know what's Google Map Maker so?

Google Map Maker allows you to add and update geographic information for millions of users to see in Google Maps and Google Earth. By sharing information about the places you know, like your favorite restaurant, the baseball court where you go to play or the fastest path across your university campus, you can ensure the map accurately reflects the world around you. Your updates will be reviewed and, once approved, will appear online for the world to see.

In order to expand their map worldwide especially in an increasing economic & booming internet country, Cambodia. They, Google, had started its first campaign through Phnom Penh Google Technology User Group(PP-GTUG) in partnership with the second mobile operator in Cambodia, Smart Mobile, officially announced Cambodia Mapping Competition on 13 September 2012 for public with the following website, www.mapmakercambodia.org; by starting date from 15 October – 30 November 2012. It just finished yesterday.


I am also one of the 104 participants in this competition. All participants, I think they have each purpose to attend even myself.
For the winner will be offered the prize as the following:
• First Prize:  Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus 16 GB 01
• Second Prize:  Samsung Galaxy Cooper 01
• Third Prize: External HDD 500 GB 01
• Fourth Prize:  Others
• Fifth, Sixth, Seventh Prize Others
* All Winner 1, 2 and 3 will be given 1 year FREE Call from Smart Mobile (10$ monthly).

For me, I have my own target to attend the competition since the beginning of the time, I told myself that I don't want to get any prize. Do you wonder why? The reason, my main purpose is to contribute what I know on the technology tool for my community or my country so this is a good chance to do so.


What my contribution through the competition (Google Map Maker) in Cambodia is nothing much; anywhere I mapped almost all I know well and for the new mapping locations like on the way from Phnom Penh to Prek Ambel in Kandal province, luckily I have a smartphone to help me (I always use it for) check-in on the place when I stopped or parked my lovely motorbike. During these duration, most I started mapping during my lunch time (when it's on working days), and for the night time, uhm...m, I used the take-care my son time to map it. While my beloved son got sleep, hehe... it was the time I contributed. 

Check it out, my Google Map Maker profile, to see my contribution! 


I think we know that it's a big effort for Cambodian participants to Google for its long term result but it also gives more benefits for our country in the future. I personally note that, since the edits result 15144 edits by the local organizer, I am very happy to see more location names appear in the Google Map. It will be more easy for me to go anywhere using mobile to find the place.


Finally, I very appreciate all participants who use their valuable time to contribute on this too. Let's keep mapping more!! Thank you all :-)!!!

Cambodia Mapping Competition with a baby nearby


Today when I check out my Gmail, I found an pop-up of introducing the new compose in Gmail, I personally like this new feature of it so I am writing what's the feature providing for the users.

Now you can write messages in a cleaner, simpler experience that puts the focus on your message itself, not all the features around it. Here are some of the highlights:
  • Fast: Compose messages right from your inbox.
  • Simple: Redesigned with a clean, streamlined look.
  • Powerful: Check emails as you're typing, minimize drafts for later, and even compose two messages at once
#Faster
How many times have you been writing an email and had to reference something in another message? Saving a draft, opening the old email, and then reopening your draft wastes valuable minutes. The new compose pops up in a window, just like chats (only larger).


This makes it easy to reference any other emails without ever having to close your draft. You can even do a search or keep an eye on new mail as it comes in. And because the compose window works the same way as chats, you can write multiple messages at once and minimize a message to finish it later.

#Easier to use
The new compose is designed to let you focus on what's important: your message. The controls are still there when you need them but get out of the way when you don’t. We’ve even added some new features like the ability to easily insert inline images and have more to come.

And, when you add recipients to your message, you'll see profile pictures of your contacts in autocomplete helping you find the right person faster. You can also drag and drop the new address chips between to:, cc: and bcc:. When you’re done adding recipients, the address area collapses automatically to get out of your way.
 You’ll also see these same changes when you respond to a message. The reply experience has been designed to fit better inline as part of your conversation -- replies take up much less vertical height, intelligently expand to fit your content, and always keep the recipients and other controls in view no matter how long your message gets.

What's the coming soon feature?

A few familiar features aren’t available yet, but they're working hard to make it available to us soon.
  • Insert emoticons and event invitations
  • Add labels to outgoing messages from the More menu
  • Send read receipts (Google Apps users only)
You can find out more on how to use it at the official Google Gmail help.
Resource: Official Blog of Gmail

Gmail introduces the new compose and reply experience

 
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