Dynamic e-mails presented back in March could help Gmail evolve and become more than a messaging platform, enabling users to communicate with more content without having to leave their inboxes. For example, they could respond to comments, invitations to events, fill out forms, and much more. This option was only available in the beta version, but it will be officially presented to all G-Suite and Gmail users as of July. Furthermore, the users will be able to deactivate the new option if they want to. Dynamic emails will function within different web browsers, as they use the AMP standard, and the websites such as Pinterest and Booking.com already apply this practice so that users can respond to content more easily and quickly.