Users will soon be able to turn off all the Gmail features that Google calls “smart”. This includes tabbed inboxes, auto-fill suggestions, e.g. a summary of the trip above packages and emails.
Features were previously turned off individually. The news is that not only can you disable all “smart features” at the same time, you can also use user data to gain greater control over how features are activated.
Google may block the use of data in Gmail, Meet and Chat to provide’smart features’ in these and other products. Google also points out that personalized features are provided anonymously through algorithms without human transparency.