Gmail is Wonderful:It Reminds You to Attach Files In case You Forget

Yesterday, I was composing a mail in Gmail and accidentally came across an awesome feature of Gmail about which I never heard.I was sending my job application to a job recruiter,but forget to attach my Resume in the mail. When I click the send button, a message pop up saying:
                   
                         Did you mean to attach files? You wrote “I have attached” in your message, but there are no files attached. Send anyway?

This took me by surprise because I never seen such a message before.After reading it, I came to know that this saved my day.Actually I forgot to attach my resume in the email.
                                      Gmail recognizes that you have written ‘attached’ somewhere in the email body,but did not attached any document.So it displays a warning message to the user whether to send the mail or go back and attach a file.

Did you mean to attach files? You wrote "I have attached" in your message, but there are no files attached. Send anyway?
All You have to do is to press cancel button and attach the file.I like this awesome feature of Gmail and never heard of it before.God bless you, Gmail!   

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