Gmail doesn’t have a mail merge feature by default. This article explains how to easily create and send a mail merge in Gmail, using Google Docs and an addon.
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The new Dropbox add-on for Gmail gives you the ability to access Dropbox from your Gmail account. You can now save your files directly to Dropbox from the Inbox.
Gmail comes with a handy Canned Response feature which you can use in your auto-reply.
If you are really worried about the security of your Gmail account, Google has created an easy-to-use Security Checkup tool for you to check your account.
Gmail now allows you to send confidential emails. You will be able to add more security to your emails, and only the intended recipient will be able to read it.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could embed a survey form in an email so the recipient would never have to leave the email to fill out the form?
If you like apps that keep things simple, then you just might like the Google Tasks app.
Third-party app developers have access to your Gmail, meaning they can read them, and they even let employees read them.
While there is no separate Gmail desktop app, there’s a neat trick that lets you open an instance of Gmail as its own window.
While Gmail’s new smart features sound really great, they can also be an intrusion. With Gmail implementing more smart features, will you still stick with it?
Gmail has a way to add colored tags to your incoming email, so you know right away what needs to happen with those messages. Let’s take a look at how you can color code Gmail.
Google’s domineering email service has received quite possibly its biggest update yet, with a bold and bright new look and a panoply of new features to make our emailing lives easier.
We’re talking about spam in your email inbox. We get so much that we each have spam mailboxes. Some Gmail users were hit with some very interesting spam recently.
Rumors and leaked images of Gmail’s new design say it’s now about to be exciting as well as reliable.
You may not know it, but there are many ways to get more out of Gmail. You can schedule emails, track them, keep your inbox uncluttered, and yes, use your Gmail offline!
There are times when you want to add more or switch to another Google account on your Android phone. Follow the steps in this guide to do so.
Do you ever have a particularly lively email thread blowing up your phone? You can easily mute GMail threads and unmute them later to respond.
When you open an email in Gmail or Outlook, it will automatically be marked as read. Here’s how you can stop Outlook and Gmail from marking emails as read.