Google Messages may learn from your messages to suggest reminders, calendar appointments and many more

Navigation of the apps and notifications on your Android phone has become pretty much smarter and easier. Smart replies has made instant responses easy to send and for the ones who use Google Messages, it is a quick tap to keep anyone off your back while you are busy. But Google is aware that can be done with predictive behavioral suggestions and it looks like some developers need to put it into action.
The current user-facing text explains the shortcuts are triggered when the apps reads the phone numbers, dates and other data that may require to be remembered for later. Starred messages could receive priority in Messages’s home view while times or dates could prompt users to jot down calendar appointment or the reminder. Google Messages has been learning in its attempts to provide automatic context to threads of users, sorting them into different categories like for personal communications, donations and one-time passwords.

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