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Keep Gmail account secure, protect from hackers

6 tips to keep Gmail account secure, protect from hackers – By Tech Desk indianexpress.com

A lot of us are heavily integrated into the Google ecosystem with Android, Gmail, Search, Docs, Maps, YouTube, and many more. All of these things are controlled using one Gmail account. Due to such high-level integration, it gets mandatory to keep your Gmail account protected, because if it is compromised, then the whole Google ecosystem will be at risk. Today, we will take a look at a few tips with which you can keep your Google account secure.

Switching to Gmail? Tips and tricks

Data Doctors: Switching to Gmail? Tips and tricks for getting acclimated – By News Traffic Weather wtop.com

Q: I’ve been a long time Outlook user and new to Gmail, so any tips for getting acclimated would be appreciated.

A: Change is hard, especially when it comes to our computers, but there are so many advantages to using Gmail over a traditional email program that the learning curve will be worth the effort.

Gmail features that will turn you into an email pro

7 hidden Gmail features that will turn you into an email pro – By Matt Elliott cnet.com

I spend the majority of the workday in front of my laptop with two separate Gmail accounts open and active. If you use Gmail daily on a computer for work or personal use, are you making the most of Google's email client? Gmail has a host of features that can help you better manage the constant flow of messages to and from your Gmail inbox. Here are seven tips to set you on the path to becoming a Gmail pro.

How to get rid of promotional emails using Gmail

How to get rid of promotional emails using Gmail – By Barbara Krasnoff theverge.com

We all know how it goes: one day you look at your Gmail account, and you’ve got several thousand emails. Why be surprised? It’s all too easy to subscribe to dozens of company promotions without realizing it. If you buy anything online from a new service or retailer, you will be subscribed. If you want to read an article from a source that demands registration, you will be subscribed. If you sign a petition or give money to a charitable cause, you will be subscribed.

– How to tame your Gmail inbox with labels

How to tame your Gmail inbox with labels – By Barbara Krasnoff theverge.com

Let’s face it — if you’re using your Gmail account for more than occasionally contacting friends and relatives, it’s likely that it’s spinning out of control. Between work-related emails, online events, invitations, advertising from your favorite retailers, and just plain spam, you’re going to find it difficult to keep track.

How to change your Gmail signature

How to change your Gmail signature – By Aliya Chaudhry theverge.com

Adding an email signature is a considerate thing to do when you’re communicating professionally. You can have all of the necessary information — such as your full name, position, and contact information — right there, and you don’t have to worry if you accidentally forget to sign off your emails. It’s also useful if you’re in a hurry or sending an email from your phone. (You can also set it up on your mobile app.) It’s easy to set one up in Gmail. Here’s how:

How to change your inbox layout in Gmail

How to change your inbox layout in Gmail – By Aliya Chaudhry theverge.com

Gmail offers you several customizable formats — so many that you can have multiple Gmail accounts and they can all look completely different. For example, you can have all of your emails in one long list, you can separate your messages into multiple tabs, or you can have your inbox split into unread and read messages.

Gmail’s Smart Reply & Smart Compose

How to enable and use Gmail’s AI-powered Smart Reply and Smart Compose tools – By Natt Garun theverge.com

Leading up to Gmail’s 15th birthday last year, Google added a lot of productivity and machine learning tools to its email service. (It may also have been trying to make up for the disappearance of its Inbox email app, but that’s an argument for another day.) Additions included a way for Gmail to write email subject lines for you and schedule an email to send at a later time.

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How to free up storage in Gmail – By Corbin Davenport androidpolice.com

Google provides 15GB of free storage with every account, but that space is shared across all Google products. That means Gmail, Google Drive, Google Photos, and various other services can all be contributing to your used space. On top of that, it can be hard to tell what exactly in Gmail is using up all your storage.

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