Did you mean to attach files?
message popped up when I clicked on the send button. Gmail predicted that I suppose to add an attachment because I had written “is attached” in my text. I found this feature very cool although I was not suppose to attach any files, because it happens; you also probably received -if not sent- many email messages with missing attachments. Really cool ha :-)
So, I immediately googled this to see when this was introduced and what others say, and I learned that this service has been there for more than two years already. Here, I also would like to share some examples other than is attached phrase that triggers the Gmail attachment reminder. Sweet.