What Are “Less Secure Apps” and Why is My Gmail Not Working? – By Ask Leo! YouTube
How to Draft a Gmail Email Directly in Google Docs – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
Have you ever been working on a document that sparked an email to someone? With a handy feature in Google Docs, you can write your email and then with the click of a button, create the draft in Gmail.
How to Take Control of Your Google Account – By dottotech YouTube
Why you should be using Ctrl+Shift+V instead of Ctrl+V – By Raymond Wong inputmag.com
We’ve all opened emails that are clearly templates. The dead giveaway the sender didn’t type out every word in their personal message: the styling is different. Maybe some words are a different size. Or maybe it’s the font. The mismatched look is insulting.
How to Edit or Delete Contacts in Gmail – By Mahesh Makvana How-To Geek3
If you want to change a contact’s saved details, or you’d like to get rid of a contact forever, Gmail makes it easy for you to update and delete your contacts. Here’s how to do that on desktop, Android, iPhone, and iPad.
How to move your data from one Google account to another – By Martyn Casserly techadvisor.com
It’s possible that over time you may have created more than one Google account. Maybe one was for work and another for home, or it could be the case that you just didn’t like the name you had chosen first time around. So, is it possible to merge both of them into a single unified account? We take a look at what you can do to combine Google accounts.
How to merge duplicate contacts on Android and use other Google Contacts tools – By Andrew Romero 9to5Google
Google recently redesigned and tweaked the Google Contacts app on Android. The app has a new menu where users get tools to manage their contacts, allowing them to import and export as well merge and restore Google Contacts. These tools were available in some capacity before but were out of sight and mind. So how do you use them? This guide will break it down.
How to Save a Backup of All Gmail Emails to Your Computer – By osxdaily.com
Do you use Gmail as your preferred email service? If so, do you want to save a copy of all the emails you have received and sent over Gmail up until this date, locally to your computer, device, or hard drive? Fortunately, it’s pretty easy to save a backup of all your emails from Gmail, and you can do this from any device, whether it’s a Mac, Windows PC, iPhone, iPad, or Android.
How to CC or BCC in Gmail – By Mahesh Makvana How-To Geek
Like all other email providers, Gmail supports CC and BCC fields so you can send additional copies of your emails. We’ll explain what these terms mean, how they’re used, and how to use them in Gmail on desktop and mobile.
Gmail: How to Free Up Storage – By dottotech YouTube
How to Change your Gmail Password. – By dottotech YouTube
How to Change Your Gmail Layout – By dottotech YouTube
Get creative with Google Illustrations – By Ievgeniia Zhovtobriukh blog.google
A picture is worth a thousand words, as the saying goes. And that’s definitely true online, where often we choose a single picture to represent our digital identities. On Google, a single image acts as a reflection of you across a variety of products, like when you send an email, write a comment on a document or share your location with your family on Maps.
Save Time by Using Gmail Templates – By Sandy Writtenhouse How-To Geek
If you use templates for quick starts on documents, reports, or spreadsheets, then you know their value as time savers. In Gmail, you can create your own templates to save time on those emails you send often.
What’s the Difference Between Archiving and Deleting Emails? – By Joe Fedewa How-To Geek
When it comes to removing emails, there are two options that nearly every service has—“Archive” and “Detele.” It’s a little confusing why there are two choices that sound very similar. What’s the difference and which should you use?