Fix the little things that matters you most in Gmail

Recently Gmail added new settings for easier access to Gmail.
Auto-save contacts setting: Gmail automatically saves the address of the every email you sent. It is useful, but some times it is too much for us. This new setting will turn off this option available
in General tab under Gmail Settings.
Better typo warnings: Gmail will point out the error when you enter emails wrongly, previously it shows it as "error sending email".
Fewer annoing error pop-ups: Gmail's filters are really useful for organizing your messages automatically, but sometimes those filters can have unintended consequences, like sending mail you'd like to keep to the trash. When you replied to a message in the Trash, Gmail would show an error message you'd have to click through to continue working. Now, you’ll still see the error, but it's no longer a pop up and it gives you an easy way to move the conversation out of Trash right from there.
Easier transitions: You can still continue your work after you filter your message.
Keyboard shortcut guide:  You can now enable keyboard shortcuts by clicking 'Shift' and '?' keys at a time.
Refresh button: 'Refresh' link is changed to 'button'. 
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