Gmail against "drunk" letters

    A very interesting feature has appeared in the Gmail mail service, the purpose of which is eloquently described by the developers themselves. This is a kind of "stub" that does not allow you to send a letter until you solve several arithmetic problems with a ticking timer.

    Of course, these are tasks not from the series “Enter any 11-digit prime number to continue”, but much easier. But anyway, the fact of solving these problems clearly indicates that the person is at least in a clear mind and is determined to send a letter to the address.

    By default, the Mail Goggles function is activated only late in the evening on weekends, that is, when the probability of sending “drunk” letters is especially high.

    However, these settings can be easily changed to your own schedule. There, in the settings, the complexity of tasks is also selected.

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