Inbox fans can now rejoice, as it appears the Gmail app may be incorporating some Inbox features after Google shuts Inbox down in March
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.
Gmail only allows you to forward one email at a time. Multi Forward is a Chrome extension that lets you quickly forward multiple emails. Check it out.
Moving from one Gmail account to another is easy, but what about those emails left in your old account? If you want an easy way to move emails from one Gmail account to another, here’s how to do that.
With tons of emails in your inbox, it is easy to delete the emails that you really want to keep. Here are some ways you can recover deleted emails in Gmail.
Gmail has become good at dividing emails into different tags and labels and keeping spam away. These tricks will help you clean up your Gmail Inbox.
Gmail is probably the most well-known email service provider. Is it yours? Which email service provider are you using and why?
Did you know you can make Gmail notify you with different sounds for each account? Here’s how to customize your Gmail notifications in Android.
Having tons of spam emails in your inbox can be very frustrating. For Gmail users, follow these tips to block unwanted emails in Gmail and eliminate spam.
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.
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 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?