Chrome OS beta channel adds inline replies for Android app message notifications

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Android has had a direct reply feature since 7.0 Nougat, which lets you respond to messages right from the notification shade. It works on various messaging apps, including several of the many Google chat apps (such as Hangouts and Android Messages). Since a number of Chromebooks now support Android apps downloaded from the Play Store, it stands to reason that this feature should also work on Chrome OS. And now it does, according to François Beaufort of Google’s Chrome team.

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Xiaomi starts rolling out MIUI 9.5 Stable ROM, finally brings New Notification Shade with Quick Replies

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Google introduced Quick Reply and Bundled Notifications with Android Nougat back in 2016, but devices running on MIUI didn’t get these features despite devices running on Android Nougat. Xiaomi announced the lightning fast MIUI 9 Global ROM back in November 2017 with many fresh changes including Split Screen, Interactive and Fresh UI changes, New Gallery App, Calendar Cards, App Vault, New Notification Shade, Mi Video App, New Mi Explorer and Mi Drop. In January Xiaomi rolled out App Vault, Mi Video App and Gallery Editor with MIUI 9.2 but New Notification Shade couldn’t make its way to Stable ROM. If you’re still struggling with expanding notifications with two finger swipe down gesture and have a Xiaomi device running Android 7.0 or above, there is be a good news for you as Xiaomi has finally started rolling out New Notification Shade feature with MIUI 9.5 Stable ROM. As per users on Mi Community, company has started rolling out MIUI 9.5.4.0.NCFMIFA for Redmi Note 4, February security patch is also included in this update. Apart from these, Xiaomi has introduced new Ringtones, Charging Sound, Lock/Unlock Sound as it did on Global Beta ROM back in January with MIUI Global Beta 8.1.8. [gallery …
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How to Set Up Out-of-Office Replies in Apple Mail and iCloud Mail

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Apple’s native Mail application in macOS lacks a specific option for enabling out-of-office replies, but there is another way you can set them up on a Mac, and that’s with Rules. It’s worth bearing in mind at the outset that your Mac needs to be powered on for this out-of-office method to work. That’s because Apple Mail rules are only applied locally to incoming emails, and aren’t active on the server side.

If you’re looking for a longer term out-of-office solution, you’ll want to check out Vacation mode in iCloud Mail, which we cover in the second part of this tutorial. Click this link to jump there now.
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Hands-on: Google’s ‘Reply’ gives other apps concise Smart Replies – when it isn’t throwing shade

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Around a week ago we heard that Google was going to test a new app called Reply, which allegedly ports Allo’s Smart Reply functionality over to a wider number of apps. Looks like the test has started rolling out, and we’ve gotten our hands on the APK. So far, Reply seems to fulfill its promises: you get mostly-apt automated response shortcuts in message notifications. 

Google only just started closed beta testing for Reply today, but we managed to get our hands on a leaked build.

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Facebook using 2FA cell numbers for spam, replies get posted to the platform

Facebook is reportedly spamming some users by text, using a cell number they provided only for use in two-factor authentication.

In common with many services, Facebook allows you to protect your account by requiring a code when you first login from a new device. That code is texted to a cell number you provide for the purpose – but a number of users have reported it being used without their permission for notifications about posts by friends …

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Facebook’s two-factor authentication system auto-posts replies on your profile

Facebook’s two-factor authentication (2FA) system has come under fire today for some bizarre design elements that seem to have gone largely unnoticed for quite some time. Bay Area software engineer Gabriel Lewis noticed earlier this week that Facebook was using the same phone number he used for 2FA, which offers a more secure way to log into an online account by asking for secondary confirmation of the user’s identity, to notify him about friends’ posts.

Even worse, it seems that replying to this message with any message, such as “Please stop,” auto-posts that message to your Facebook profile. (It doesn’t cause the messages to stop, either.) The Verge confirmed that this behavior occurs with any reply to a Facebook 2FA text message,…

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Google team will bring Smart Replies to more chat apps

If you've wanted to use Google's canned Smart Replies in chat apps, you've been limited to using Allo or (if you're on the right carrier) Android Messages. But what if you're one of the many, many people using something else? Don't fret: Google's e…
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Google is testing ‘Reply,’ a new app that adds smart replies to popular messaging apps

One of Allo’s highlight features is Smart Reply, where the app guesses what you might respond to a message with, and adds a button to send that response. A few other apps have implemented it as well, like Android Messages, but usually not in notifications. Google seems to be testing an app called ‘Reply,’ which adds smart replies to other messaging apps.

Invites to test Reply were sent out by Area 120, a division of Google that works on experimental products.

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Project Fi gets smart replies via the Android Messages app

Google’s smart replies have shown up in a few apps including Inbox (the original), Gmail, and Allo. Now, this handy feature has arrived in the Android Messages app. However, it’s not for everyone. This is a feature for Project Fi subscribers only.

Those among you who use Fi might be thinking you’ve already seen this. Maybe you’ve even had it for several months. Indeed, some of you have. This is an example of Google’s extended unannounced testing—classic Google.

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Android Messages adds Smart Replies for Project Fi users

In 2015, Google debuted a new feature in its Inbox app: Smart Replies, which offered a trio of context-aware options for users to quickly reply with a few taps. That spread to other services in the company's suite, from Gmail last year to news last w…
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