Millions of users use Gmail as their main emailing app to send or recieve emails from their colleagues, friends or family. But Recently Gmail users have been reportedly hit by what seems like to be a bug in its 'auto-complete' feature which is sending e-mails to the wrong contacts.
The auto-complete feature generally inserts names of people in the 'To' field whom the user has frequently e-mailed. However, the bug seems to be prioritising contacts that are less frequently used. Over the last few days, a number of venture capital and startup folk have come forward with complaints ranging from mild frustration to anger.
Although not all the Gmail users have found this happening to them, but it isn't an isolated problem either.
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Meanwhile, Google acknowledged the issue via its Twitter post and said that it is investigating the issue. It has asked users to stay tuned till they solve the problem.
It has sent out another tweet from the official Gmail account revealing it is still working on the fix.