Setting up a Gmail account is easy, but deleting a Gmail account is not as intuitive as it should be. Here is how to delete a Gmail account permanently.
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Later this year a new Google chat service will be introduced. More and more details are beginning to emerge about the service, but do we need more chatting?
With Google being a rival to Microsoft, it is no surprise that Google products are not integrated into the Windows 8 release. Here are a few ways to integrate Google apps into Windows 8.
Most email clients render your emails in HTML mode by default, but there are times when you just want to read the emails in plain text. Here are the ways to read emails in plain text in different email clients.
How do you find important email messages in your Gmail account? You probably use a filter/label combo or maybe you simply use the Gmail search bar. However, you may also want to browse Gmail messages by icon, since pictures are so much more appealing.
Gmail allows its users to upload files from Google Drive but what if you are using other cloud storage service? Here is how you can easily attach files from multiple cloud storage services including Dropbox, Box, Picasa, etc to Gmail.
If you are looking for an easy way to master Gmail, here is a good way for you to master the keyboard shortcuts for Gmail.
Evernote is one of the most popular notetaking services that is available on almost every platform. If you are a Gmail user as well, here is a simple and easy way to transfer messages from Gmail to Evernote.
Are you looking for an easy way to share your screen with one or more people? Screenleap is sure to come in handy as it lets you share your screen instantly from within your Gmail or Google Apps email account.
Is your Inbox full of email subscriptions and newsletters from various brands and services? Are you looking for an easy way to get rid of the subscriptions you don’t want? Here is a quick solution that can help you easily unsubscribe from email newsletters that you’re not interested in and rollup all your remaining subscriptions to a single digest.
Google is no longer providing free Google Apps plans. If you are looking for alternative apps to host your domain’s email, Outlook.com is the one to go for. Read on to find out how to use Outlook.com to host your email for your domain.
If you’re a frequent Evernote user, you can now send single emails or entire email threads in Gmail to your Evernote account and save it into a specified notebook, and insert notes from within Gmail and send as a link to the recipient. Here’s how it works.
Learn how to snooze your Gmail messages via a Google Chrome extension. Snooze Your Email for Gmail will keep an email as unread until a specified day and time.
Learn how to delegate access to your Gmail to another person so that they can read, send, and delete messages on your behalf
We often feel that the Gmail for Android app is not as good as the desktop Gmail, but if you dig deep enough, you will find plenty of hidden features that can make it as good as the desktop version. And here are 3 hidden features of Gmail for Android that you ought to know.
Gmail for Android might be the best email app, but it is lacking some features found in the web app. Now you can restore these missing features with 4 addons.
Sharing web content is something any avid web user does, usually through social networks. Share This Page is a Firefox add-on that allows you to share a URL privately to your contacts in Twitter, Facebook and Gmail. This is great for those instances where you find a link that you only want to share with a specific person and not necessarily to all your friends or followers.
Gmail is one service that has exploded over the last few years, particularly because it is free, simple to use and the flexible features it has for power users. Little do Gmail’s users know that the service has some features that could ultimately improve your experience significantly. Let’s have a look at a few of those!
Regardless which email client you use, the process of checking and reading your emails is the same. You read one email, either reply, delete or marked as unread and proceed to the next email. What if you can now turn your emails into a big to-do list and change the usual way to deal with your emails?