Send Emails in Urdu with Gmail Tranliteration

Google have integrated Urdu Transliteration into Gmail. NScreenshotow it is more fun while writing emails to friends. Posting blog Urdu posts, Writing Urdu news, sending gossips to friends in Urdu is fun now with Gmail.

It is easy to use and enable Gmail Urdu transliteration. Changing Gmail interface language is not necessary to use Urdu transliteration.

To enable Urdu transliteration, go to your Gmail settings and select the Enable transliteration option. Set Urdu as default transliteration language. And below to these options choose Right-to-Left editing support on


Save settings by click Save changing button of your Gmail settings page. Your Gmail will reload.

Next go to compose option, this is the option which you use to write new email. Here you will see Urdu transliteration button, make sure Urdu is selected.


Whenever you want to write using Urdu transliteration switch typing left-to-right to right-to-left, If you have followed my first step, then you will see left to right or right to left writing changing options too like in the screenshot below


That is all :)

have fun using your country language.

  • I have noticed this change earlier in my gmail ID. However, a detail of this has come to my notice through this Article. Thanks for sharing.

  • transliteration option by google is applicable in every web site and all e-mail not only gmail ;) Thank to Google !

    • oho bhai main madad kerta hon apke Aqil bhai shayad majood nahi.

      Gmail settings main jao, General tab main Gmail display settings ko English(US) select ker do, apke Gmail reload ho g shayad phir mazid options ajain.

    • This option will be only visible in Standard view of Gmail.
      It won’t work on older or HTML view
      You will see following in footer of your Gmail account.

      Gmail view: standard | basic HTML

  • after turning the transliteration on, i can see and use the English/Urdu toggling. i am also able to switch from left-right to right-left but as i type it types english characters. am i missing something

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