The users of Gmail will be provided with the choice of turning on or off their sequenced chat, Google said on Wednesday.
A spokeswoman said that to organize e-mails according to the topic, sender and recipient was an appreciable feature. But some users do not like the option that is why Google has offered this option.
A Google technical lead, Wiltse Carpenter wrote in a blog post, "The way Gmail organizes mail into conversations is like cilantro. You either love it -- or, like me, enjoy the nice citrusy, herbal finish it gives to everything from salsa to curry -- or you hate it".
Originally, this special feature was created by Google for enterprises and its Google Apps office suite, but it later on, it also included normal users.
Features such as support and BlackBerry integration have been updated in Gmail from time to time by Google.
Recently, a new feature called Priority Inbox has been added by Google. This feature helps in scanning the e-mail messages and according to its own algorithms, it puts the most important messages at the top of the inbox.
Google has said that various features that were earlier visible will now see a change. Some of the conversation would be visible only when the user would use some advanced search terms in the Google Gmail search box.