Google Messages – the company’s native Android SMS, MMS, and RCS messaging app – is receiving two new useful features in India. one enables automatic sorting of messages categories while enables auto-deletion of one-time passwords (OTPs). The sorting feature uses machine learning technology to automatically sort your messages into categories, including personal, transactions, OTPs, and offers you in easily find the messages that matter most need them. If the user wants, OTPs be automatically deleted after 24 hours.
In a blog post, Google announced the rollout two new features for Google Messages users in India. The rollout will span over weeks in English on Android phones in India running Android 8 and above. Both the OTP auto-deleting feature categories feature are optional be toggled on or off in Settings. Users will update to version of Google Messages the changes and be running Android 8 or newer versions.
As for the OTP feature, Google is providing to automatically delete OTPs 24-hours after they’re received, so users to spend time deleting them manually. help users keep their messages clutter-free and unwanted messages easily. Last year, Google expanded spam protection reduce of unwanted messages by automatically moving suspected spam messages into a spam folder.