In addition to the basic & advanced features provided by Gmail, here are 7 Chrome extensions that enhance Gmail & take your email experience one step further.
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Everyone uses their mobile devices differently. We asked our writers if they were limited to just one mobile app, what it would be. Here’s what they said.
There is no lack of third-party apps for Gmail. Mia for Gmail is one Gmail app that allows you to check and manage your Gmail account right from the menu bar.
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.
Google has recently made official the Undo Send feature in Gmail. Here is how you can activate and use Undo Send for emails in Gmail.
Does it make Google evil because they are all over all aspects of technology? Is Google evil?
There are plenty of ways to extend Gmail’s functionality. Mixmax is one that adds a plethora of features directly in the Gmail web interface. Let’s check it out.
It’s great that email systems such as Gmail exist that let you open up multiple accounts. How many email addresses do you have?
You can have hassle-free meetings & Skype calls with the smart scheduling Chrome extension, Assistant.to. Find out the features that caught our attention.
If you use Gmail in Google Chrome, here’s a handy extension that allows you to see your Google Tasks along with your Gmail inbox.
In yet another effort to reinvent email, Google has unveiled Inbox that aims to streamline your email management via its gen-next features. Let check it out.
Email plugins are useful to help you get your tasks done on time. Here are some Gmail plugins to help you improve your productivity.
Do you know that for your Gmail account, there are two different email addresses that can reach your inbox? Here are some ways to make good use of them.
Gmail doesn’t come with read receipts feature. Here is an easy way to request Gmail read receipts and doesn’t require any technical knowledge. Check it out!
If you don’t like the new compose window in Gmail, here is how you can revert back to the old compose window in Gmail. Only for Chrome and Firefox.
If you’re looking to block unwanted emails, particularly certain senders from ever sending you unsolicited messages, Block Sender for Google Chrome is a great solution.
Google apps comes with a cost that can escalate with the number of users. Roundcube is a free and useful open source webmail software that you can install on your own server.
Google is reportedly testing a new interface for Gmail. Here’s how it looks like.