After I switched to the new Gmail web interface I've received a mail message of the form
Would it be acceptable to you if <...>
To my surprise I found three buttons under the message below the signature:
Yes, you can do that. Yes, that would be fine. No, it doesn't.
If I click "Show original" in the message menu, I see that these buttons are not part of the message, so I suppose it's the Gmail engine which has analyzed message contents and is trying to be helpful.
However, I'm hesitant to use these buttons, since I'm not sure what they'll do. So, my question: what exactly do these buttons do? Do they simply send the answer without further interaction? Or do they simply let me start with a message template corresponding to the answer I choose? Or is this simply a means to provide Google with some sort of statistics/feedback on their AI mail analyzer?
Trying to search the web for the exact phrases led me nowhere...