After adding a tab Google meet, Gmail continues to improve its Android app by adding a shortcut for adding recipients while composing an email.
Often in order to avoid unintentional sending, many Gmail users prefer to write the body of the email first before adding the subject or recipient (s). This is probably why Gmail will soon have a new shortcut on its Android application, a shortcut already present on the web version of Google's email service. Using the "@" or "+" key, you can now directly add recipients while composing the e-mail. The simple use of one of the two keys displays the list of contacts with names, addresses and avatars. Removing the special character in front of a person's name removes them from the recipient list. Note that only G Suite customers were able to benefit from the update introducing this new shortcut, the others will have to wait a little longer.