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Gmail tricks to cut down on regret, frustration and spam

6 clever Gmail tricks to cut down on regret, frustration and spam — and how to use them – By Dale Smith cnet.com

Over 1.5 billion people use Gmail to stay in touch with friends and family, to keep connected to their coworkers and supervisors, and occasionally to send grumpy cat memes. But with all those vacation photos, spreadsheets and animated gifs flying back and forth, errors are bound to happen, mistakes are likely to be made.


How to Create an Email List for Gmail to Send Group Emails – By Brady Gavin howtogeek.com

If you send emails to the same group of people regularly, you can cut down on wasted time by creating an email list to use in Gmail. While it’s not inherently obvious, here’s how to generate a mailing list.

How to Use Gmail in 2020: All You Need to Know

How to Use Gmail in 2020: All You Need to Know – By George Kasiouras updato.com

Learning how to use Gmail can be a great asset. Not only for working, like many people seem to think – but also for personal use.

Sure. Now that social media is the norm, you probably won't use it to text your friends. But, it's still great for keeping track of online orders, sometimes receiving job offers, newsletters, and stuff like that.

Needless to say that since Gmail is a Google service, it also integrates and works well with other Google services such as Google Drive.

These Gmail Hacks Will Help You

These Gmail Hacks Will Help You Streamline Your Email Hell – By David Nield gearpatrol.com

In this day and age, it’s virtually impossible to keep your inbox tidy and even harder to reach that magic Inbox Zero. Most of us are busy trying to manage a mountain of messages that gets bigger with each passing day.


7 Gmail Hacks to Make the Most of Your Inbox!  By Vaishnavi Rao blog.yellowant.com

Organizing mails once your inbox is flooded with them can be a real drag. Even more taxing is making your way around the inbox when it’s disorganized and all the mails are cluttered around haphazardly. Thankfully, Gmail provides its users with innumerable options to make this task much simpler. Here are seven hacks to make your inbox a clean, welcoming place to be in every morning, or every time you access it:


4 Hacks to Organize Your Gmail Inbox & Be More Efficient – By Rob Steffens bluleadz.com

Like most Google products, Gmail is easy to use but takes effort to master. There are plenty of “power user” features under the hood. In fact, many basics go unused. By making a few quick tweaks, you can accelerate your email reading.


How to organize Gmail like a boss – By dragapp.com

As with almost everything you use on a daily basis, emails get quite messy when you don’t organize them, especially if you want to organize Gmail. Although many people struggle every day, others have learned tricks on how to optimize time and keep things organized. This is what I want to share with you all today.

Easy Way to Capitalize Words After You Type Them

Quick Tip: There's an Easy Way to Capitalize Words After You Type Them – By android.gadgethacks.com

So you're typing a fairly long sentence to a friend in WhatsApp and you realize five words down you forgot to capitalize their name, what do you do? The lazy way is to delete your way back to the last word. The slightly better approach is to delete the one letter and retype it. But neither of these is the best way.

What is Gmail Confidential mode?

What is Gmail Confidential mode? – By Marc Lagaceandroidcentral.com2 min
Best answer: Confidential Mode is a feature built into the Gmail mobile app that gives you better control over emails containing sensitive or personal information. You're able to set emails to expire after a set amount of time, require SMS passcode verification to open the message, or you can go in and revoke someone's access to an email.

10 Can’t-Miss Gmail Tips and Tricks

10 Can't-Miss Gmail Tips and Tricks That Will Change the Way You Email – By Currie Engeltime.com8 min
Summer usually means a vacation from your Gmail inbox. But all your unread emails aren’t going to get answered on their own (well, actually, they might — but I’ll get to that later). Over 281 billion emails were sent last year, according to Radicati, a tech marketing firm. And that number will only grow, hitting 330 billion in the next three years. That’s a lot of emails that will require our attention.

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