Improve your Gmail experience with these tips
Gmail is the most used email platform at the moment. If you know the right ways to use the service the Gmail experience could be productive for you.
Entrepreneur columnist Eric Griffith has shared 42 useful Gmail tips.
Griffith says, “Gmail has come a long way. It’s not perfect and occasionally prompts ripples of outrage across its user base. But let’s be honest: with Gmail you get plenty for nothing.
As a web app, Gmail is a constant work in progress, but the amount of under-the-hood power is pretty staggering. That’s what we’re here to delve into: all the tools below the surface of the Gmail inbox.
Let’s start with one thing right up front: Labs. Not the adorable fluffy dogs, but the “laboratory” of features that are always in testing by Google. You can access Labs by going to the Gear icon () button in Gmail > Settings > Labs. I’m tempted to suggest that you turn them all on since they’re almost all useful, but we’ll get into the best. (Also, be warned, sometimes the best of them get killed without warning). In addition to Labs, there are plenty of browser add-ons and extensions that can enhance Gmail specifically, far beyond its original parameters”.
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