There are many foreign languages in this world. You can’t be an expert in all these languages and if you are involved in export or some dealing with your foreign clients, then you must need a translator. Even this also is not possible because you can’t keep a translator for each language.
However, previously automatic email translations were available on Google Mail for some time as parts of Gmail Labs. This feature was activated by many of the users but some of the users were unable to activate this feature and the feature got disabled. Now the company is going to start a new feature for translation that will be available to the users in a couple of days.
When this feature will be enabled in your Gmail account, you will find that a new line has been added to the email header. The original language in which the mail was sent will be mentioned and the suggested language I which you can translate the mail will also be present their in that new line.
When you click on the translate option, the process of translation will start instantly and the mail get translated on the same screen in a few moments. The original language and the language in which you want to translate the mail can also be changed manually. Gmail will remember your last selection and will serve you with the best combination.
This feature will get enabled automatically in your account soon. This feature will be very helpful to those who work as communication managers in an organization, or to those who export material to different countries etc. This feature will be enabled in a couple of days automatically and there is nothing that have to be done to get this enabled.