Google has introduced in Docs a new draft to create and collaborate on drafting an email, that once finished is completed in Gmail by the information entered for sending.
A new feature in Google Docs lets you use your word processor as a draft for writing an email. It is available from this Tuesday for all Workspace and G Suite users.
This draft collects the main spaces of an email, such as the recipient field, which can be filled by simply mentioning the name of the person (preceded by the at sign), without having to remember the email address, or the subject.
The writing of the body of the message can be collaborative, and even add suggestions and comments as explained from Google in a statement.
Once everything is ready, an envelope-shaped button opens Gmail and a pop-up window with the final version with all sections completed automatically with the draft information.