Gmail, the mail solution provided by the Mountain View company, will get some fresh updates soon that will surely improve the functionality of the product. Mp Web Wizard, a translator for
the Google language, identified some new features that will be soon implemented into Gmail. First of all, it seems like the search giant plans to include support for Presently, the upcoming presentation tool that was designed to complete the Google Office suite. "Clearly Google Presently will be integrated into Gmail straight from the get-go. Google is probably prepared for this because Google Apps is meant to be Google's collaborative suite of enterprise Apps that integrate with each other," the translator sustained. As you know, Gmail is already compatible with Docs & Spreadsheets, allowing the users to open an attached document with one of these two services.
Another interesting function is the conference capability of Gchat, the web-based messaging client included in the Gmail interface. According to the same source, the search giant plans to add multi-user conversations that will allow a user to communicate with multiple Gmail clients at the same time.
The integration of other instant messaging clients was often discussed, but the company refused to comment on them as it wants to promote its own solution, Google Talk. However, Google Talk is quite unpopular, so the users demanded some other clients to communicate on the Internet. It seems like the search giant wants to include AIM in the Gmail interface just as if it were its own service.