The new layout of the Gmail app in Android is much nicer and user friendly. However, the lack of the Delete button (trashcan icon) is annoying for some. Here’s how to get it back.
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Google recently started rolling out updates to everyone’s inbox which includes a new tabs feature. This allows you to categorize your messages and keep a more organized inbox.
Are you currently using a Gmail account, but would like to get Outlook.com contacts to it too? Fear not, there’s an easy solution to import them to Gmail.
On Android, the MightyText service allow you to send text messages from your phone by using your computer. Why would you want to do that? Well, they’re easier to type for one thing.
Labels in Gmail can be extremely useful for organizing messages, but Google didn’t add any export or migration options for them. You can do it yourself with Thunderbird.
Here’s a handy Firefox extensions that allow you to easily encrypt email messages, and it will work with most web-based email providers.
Google announced yesterday that it would continue to offer free domestic calls from Gmail through next year inside the US and Canada.
The Gmail tab won’t show an unread message counter, which can be quite annoying if you live in Gmail all day. But Gmail Labs has a easy free solution.
Gmail for Android has been updated to include pinch-to-zoom and swipe gestures for Android 4.0. These functions were previously exclusive to Jelly Bean.
Google announced that Gmail can now send up to 10 GB of files in an email, via Google Drive. It’s being rolled out to users over the coming days.
Google’s Gmail team has completely rebuilt the Compose feature and its rolling out to users today. Here’s a look at what you can expect.
Google launched Input Tools, a virtual keyboard system that adds support for 75 languages. Very useful for working with people internationally via Gmail.
Looking to make a Google account without signing up for Gmail? If you don’t want Google managing your email you can use a third party address to sign up.
When you first started using the internet, an email address was probably the first thing you signed up for. Without an email, it’s tough to sign up for anything else, as most things ask for an email. Here’s an introduction for beginner users instructing how to acquire a Gmail account.