Gmail Labs 'graduates six and retires five' features

Gmail Labs started out with 13 features and quickly grew to 60, with even more on the way. Google announced of graduating six more features and retiring five: Graduating: Search Autocomplete and Go To Label: Start typing in Gmail search box, and Gmail suggests terms that might help you find what you're looking for — […]

Gmail Labs started out with 13 features and quickly grew to 60, with even more on the way. Google announced of graduating six more features and retiring five: Graduating: Search Autocomplete and Go To Label: Start typing in Gmail search box, and Gmail suggests terms that might help you find what you're looking for — from contact names to labels and advanced search operators. Also integrated Go To Label into search box. If you’ve keyboard shortcuts turned on, type "g" then "l" and instead of getting old "Go to label" pop-up, you'll be in search box with "label:" operator filled in for you.; Forgotten Attachment Detector; YouTube Previews; Custom Label Colors; Vacation Dates. Retiring: Muzzle; Fixed Width Font; Email Addict; Location in Signature; Random Signature. Also tweaked some of the graduating features to improve them before making them default Gmail features. For e.g., Google've combined Go To Label with Search Autocomplete, making it easier than ever for you to find what you're looking for.