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In the official Gmail blog, Jeff Chin, product manager of Google Translate, has announced that Automated Message Translation was being added to Gmail. This feature had been kicking around in Google Labs for almost three years, so the team at Google decided it was high time to graduate it to a regular feature.
This could be a huge boon for federal agencies that use Google Apps for Government, as it will allow them to, mostly flawlessly, translate communications from people who speak almost any language, and allow them to respond in kind. It's a little like the Universal Translator from "Star Trek."
So, here is what the average Gmail user will experience once they have the feature fully in place.
Say English is your native language, and you’ve told Google that in your preferences. If you receive an e-mail in another language, say Japanese, Google Translate will show a bar above it that says what language it is, and a “Translate Message�� link. Clicking on that will convert the message into your native tongue.
If you are fluent in Japanese and can read it just fine, thank you very much, then just click on “Turn off for: Japanese�� and it will leave those e-mails alone. If you did have it translated, then that link will change to “Always Translate: Japanese.�� If you click that, then it will translate all messages in Japanese to English automatically, but the bar will still be there, so you know it was translated.
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Last edited by kibago1 (2012-05-09 9:38:07 AM)