Google has started rolling out AMP-powered dynamic email service available to all Gmail users. Currently, this feature will only be available for the web version of Gmail, although Google said that support for mobile devices is coming soon.
AMP helps pages to load extremely quickly. AMP helps to ensure that the content is rendered as quickly as possible.
The service, which is currently available in a beta version to G Suite customers, uses the accelerated mobile pages (AMP) framework to load web pages within the Gmail application.
The new feature will bring improved functionality to Gmail users, including the ability to fill out forms, respond to events, reply to Google Docs edits, and browse images.
Earlier this year, we announced dynamic email in Gmail in beta. On July 2, 2019, this feature will become generally available and will launch on by default for all domains. This means that users will be able to access the feature unless you choose to disable it via the Google Admin console.
To enable or disable the feature, users will need to click on the settings cog and choose the Settings option before toggling “Enable dynamic email” on or off.