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.
Email might not be as popular as instant messaging, but there’s more to email than just receiving weekly newsletters and spam. Here are the things you can do with your email inbox.
Is your email inbox out of control? You can change all that by using MailButler Professional: Lifetime Subscription to clean it all up for you.
At some point “Zero Inbox” seems like somethng unachievable between spam and unanswered mail. How do you achieve Zero Inbox in your email?
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.
Emails in your inbox can get out of hand very quickly. How do you handle it? How many emails do you store in your inbox?
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.
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.
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.
Email is something most people use daily. Many web workers use Gmail because it is very powerful and very easy to use. The problem is, many people don’t know what Gmail is even capable of. We have written a bunch of different articles on Gmail. Even though there are is a lot written about different […]
Dealing with email sucks. For those of us who are in a corporate or web-based business, it is the most common method of communication. How do you handle your very full inbox while getting other things done? An even more common question is, how do you handle your inbox and get things done while you […]
There are so many software in the World Wide Web and the last thing that we will need is to have yet another email inbox to check. However, if you have difficulty surfing the Web, accessing your Twitter or Facebook, and you can’t kick those habits, Flexamail has got one of the best solution around, […]
Many of us let our email inbox go. We sign up for newsletters and keep the boxes checked allowing companies and their affiliates to send us anything they’d like. This makes a mountain of email that we dread sifting through. What if you could have help? There is an application out there that will go […]
Email is still one of the widely used ways of online communication. With the rise of social networking websites like Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn – information sharing is fast and instant. But when it comes to a private discussions and negotiating important stuff, Email is still the technology which web workers prefer. One of the […]
Theoretically, 7GB of storage space for an email account is way too much for most people to fully utilize it. Google offers their Gmail service for free and each account has over 7GB of free space for email storage. Despite this huge amount of space, we found that many people could in fact run out […]
I bet a lot of Gmail users out there would like a little more control over their inbox. I know I have felt a little limited at times. The nice thing about most Google products, is they allow other applications to add to the core Google application. The other day I was scanning my Twitter […]
The most boring thing on earth is waking up every morning and checking all your email accounts one by one. The process becomes even boring when you have to repeat the same task several times a day. You have to check your personal email accounts, corporate email account or may be business email accounts regularly. […]