Google is rolling out a new feature in Gmail update that improves autocorrect suggestions while typing. The desktop version has also been improved with AI suggestions, similar to typing on a native Android device.
This new feautre should help quick typists and non-native English speakers avoid any embarrassing mistakes there make while sending emails. The new corrections cover both spelling and grammar, and for some of the most common errors the corrections will happen as you type, with no need to go back and correct them. See for yourself how the new system works below.
The update should be rolling out to G Suite users some time mid-September. If previous updates are any indication, expect a more widespread rollout shortly thereafter.
You can download Gmail on your Android from Play Store and iOS from App Store.