Scott noticed that when you create a label named â€œbuzzâ€ in Gmail, the app will tell you:
â€œSorry, you canâ€™t create a label named â€™buzzâ€™ (itâ€™s a reserved system label). Please try another nameâ€
Does anyone know what this could be? The label wasnâ€™t always reserved, according to Scott, who says he had used the name buzz before.
Looking up the word â€œbuzzâ€ in Google, we get several definitions, like the following: â€œIf a place is buzzing with activity or conversation, there is a lot of activity or conversation there, especially because something important or exciting is about to happen.â€ Other definitions include â€œa long continuous soundâ€ and â€œa word, idea, or activity which has recently become extremely popularâ€ and â€œIf you buzz someone, you call them, usually using an internal telephone line or a buzzer.â€