Gmail allows you to filter and automate the organization of your incoming emails. Here are 5 Google scripts that you can use to further automate your Gmail.
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Gmail filters is a good way for you to organize your inbox without you doing the manual work. Here are a few ways that you can make good use of Gmail fliters.
Gmail is great, but it definitely can be better. Being able to send messages at a later date, send self-destructing messages, tracking attachments and more options would make Gmail the perfect email service. That’s where mxHero Toolbox comes in handy for Gmail users.
Every once in a while, you just can’t seem to find the email you’re looking for. For most users, the emails are lost because they’re deleted or filtered into a Spam or Trash folder. We’ll show you how to find lost emails in Gmail.
If you are really concern about the privacy of your email, you should really consider encrypt your Gmail message so even Google can’t view it.
When you look at an email, all you usually see is the message body, subject line, sender, and recipient. When you dig into the header, you see a large amount of enigmatic text that can be very confusing. Learn how to decipher the email headers and prevent yourself from falling into trouble.
We’re always looking for ways to better manage Gmail, whether it’s using Gmail offline or automatically backing up your Gmail attachments to the cloud. If you use Firefox, you can take advantage of Gmail panel to manage your e-mail account in a single panel.
Gmail comes with 15GB of storage space free of charge, but while you might think that will last you forever, as soon as you start to receive attachments, this space is very quickly eaten into. By using Attachments.me you can automatically back up your Gmail attachments so you are protected in case emails are accidentally deleted, or you need to free up a little space.
While you are busy working on your computer, it can be a hassle for you to reply to a lot of SMS texts from your phone. With Gtext for Google Chrome, you can now send and receive SMS texts from the Gmail window.
Google has recently introduced the new tabbed inbox in Gmail which will auto-sort your emails into various tabs and help you to be more productive. This new tabbed inbox interface is not activated by default. This article will show you how you can activate and configure the tabbed inbox in Gmail.
Have you ever experienced working from a location where an Internet connection is not available? It may not happen all the time, but when it does, a lot of work gets put on hold, especially email. If you use Gmail, a good backup plan for this unavoidable situation is Gmail Offline, a Chrome app. This app allows you to access your Gmail without an Internet connection.
Gmail comes with plenty of keyboard shortcuts that allow you to be more productive. Use this Gmail shortcuts cheat sheet as a guide to master the keyboard shortcuts. In no time, you will become a master of Gmail.
What do you do when you receive a document that need to be signed? You will have to print it out, sign it and rescan it before you can send it back. HelloSign allows you to sign a document sent to your Gmail address and sign it from there.
If you want to embed Youtube in email rather than just pasting a link, this guide will show you how to attractively embed a YouTube video into Gmail.
In your Gmail, all you have to do is to enter the term size:10mb in the search box and all emails larger than 10MB will show up in the list. You can change the number to reflect the size you want to filter. This is so far the easiest way to filter your emails by […]
Wouldn’t it be great if you can embed a survey form in email so the recipients would never have to leave the email to fill out the form? The rate of completion would be significantly higher. We will show you how to do so with Google Forms.
By default, when you are composing an email in Gmail, it will popup a compose window at the right bottom corner of the window. A quick trick is to press “Shift” while clicking the Compose button. This will open a bigger Compose area in its own window.
How many times have you deleted an email just to realize that it had an important file attached that you couldn’t get back? In cases like these, you should be using a service like Openera to auto-file Gmail documents and images to the cloud to be sure you don’t lose anything important.