Gmail for mobile "Smart Links"

Gmail for mobile now shorten the link and automatically convert raw links into named links, called "Smart Links". So instead of seeing long link to Google Maps, you're going to see the link renamed to the actual address. Here's a list of currently supported links:  Google Maps address queries, Google Maps directional queries (with one destination), Google Sites webpages, […]

Gmail for mobile now shorten the link and automatically convert raw links into named links, called "Smart Links". So instead of seeing long link to Google Maps, you're going to see the link renamed to the actual address. Here's a list of currently supported links:  Google Maps address queries, Google Maps directional queries (with one destination), Google Sites webpages, YouTube videos. Google plans to roll out support for more link types, such as Google Docs. In addition, Label management got easier for Android-powered devices with a physical keyboard. In the "Label as..." menu on the floaty bar, there’s now a text box above the list of labels. You can type the name of a label you wish to select into the box rather than clicking on it. As you type, the list filters to show only labels that match what you've typed. Also added more keyboard shortcuts to bring it closer to the Gmail experience on your computer.