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Share Your Screen With Anyone Using Screenleap For Gmail Or Chrome

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Share Your Screen With Anyone Using Screenleap For Gmail Or Chrome

Have you ever wanted to demonstrate something you do on your computer and wished you could easily share your screen? The Screenleap Chrome browser extension lets you launch a screenshare for part or all of your desktop from within Gmail. Your friend only needs the viewer URL to instantly view your screen from any browser on any device.

Tina Sieber July 17, 2013 17-07-2013
Share Your Screen With Anyone Using Screenleap For Gmail Or Chrome
Encrypt Your Gmail, Hotmail, And Other Webmail: Here’s How

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Encrypt Your Gmail, Hotmail, And Other Webmail: Here’s How

Edward Snowden’s NSA revelations brought shock and awe into American households, as individuals and families started to realize that their communications were not quite as private as they had originally thought. To partially calm some of those nerves, I’d like to offer a few easy ways that you can encrypt your webmail to at least try and maintain some semblance of email privacy in a world filled with snoops and spies.

Ryan Dube July 11, 2013 11-07-2013
Encrypt Your Gmail, Hotmail, And Other Webmail: Here’s How
Boomerang Gmail Extension Releases Android Email Client [Updates]

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Boomerang Gmail Extension Releases Android Email Client [Updates]

Email management tool Boomerang is back in the headlines, thanks to a new Android app. A complimentary tool for users of the popular browser extension, Boomerang for Android is a full-fledged email client offering the features that made the browser extension famous – including the ability to hit the snooze button on emails that aren’t yet actionable.

Justin Pot June 29, 2013 29-06-2013
Boomerang Gmail Extension Releases Android Email Client [Updates]
Chrome’s Evernote Web Clipper Gets Gmail Clipping Ability [Updates]

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Chrome’s Evernote Web Clipper Gets Gmail Clipping Ability [Updates]

Evernote has just become even more useful if you are a user of both Chrome and Gmail, for you can now use Evernote’s Web Clipper Chrome extension to store Gmail conversation threads in your account. If there is an important email that you need stored in Evernote, you no longer have to copy and paste everything. All it takes now is one click of the web clipper button and you’re done.

Mark O'Neill June 21, 2013 21-06-2013
Chrome’s Evernote Web Clipper Gets Gmail Clipping Ability [Updates]
IFTTT Introduces Support For Gmail Attachments [Updates]

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IFTTT Introduces Support For Gmail Attachments [Updates]

The automation giant IFTTT has just announced that their users can now make their Gmail automations much more powerful and effective by deciding how their email attachments are handled. Now included in the automation list is the ability to have your attachments automatically saved to cloud storage, such as Dropbox, Google Drive, Skydrive, Box, and Evernote. One recipe will even automate sending attachments to a “backup Gmail account”.

Mark O'Neill June 14, 2013 14-06-2013
IFTTT Introduces Support For Gmail Attachments [Updates]
Gmail’s New Inbox Arrives On iOS Along With An Improved Notification System [Updates]

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Gmail’s New Inbox Arrives On iOS Along With An Improved Notification System [Updates]

Gmail’s new inbox was introduced only last week, and now the controversial Gmail categories have arrived on iOS. This Gmail update, just like the one on the Web, is meant to give users more control over their inbox, while eliminating the pain of having to manually create filters and labels for everything. The new system helps you organize your emails into five new tabs: Primary, Social, Promotions, Updates, and Forums.

Yaara Lancet June 5, 2013 05-06-2013
Gmail’s New Inbox Arrives On iOS Along With An Improved Notification System [Updates]
Gmail Unveils New Inbox With Tabs To Give You More Control Over Your Email [Updates]

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Gmail Unveils New Inbox With Tabs To Give You More Control Over Your Email [Updates]

Google introduced on Wednesday a fresh look for Gmail on its desktop, Android, and iOS apps. The changes are not cosmetic – the focus is on better email organization and management. This is the vaunted arena where every email application is pitting itself against the other, and while Gmail had remained comparatively unadventurous, the new updates promise much.

Saikat Basu May 30, 2013 30-05-2013
Gmail Unveils New Inbox With Tabs To Give You More Control Over Your Email [Updates]
How To Back Up Your Facebook Contacts To Any Email Account [Weekly Facebook Tips]

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How To Back Up Your Facebook Contacts To Any Email Account [Weekly Facebook Tips]

Facebook makes many aspects of your life more convenient. It’s an easy way to stay in touch, it reminds you of your friends’ birthdays, and it can sync your contacts and Facebook events to your smartphone. And before you know it, you depend on Facebook. Or maybe other people depend on being friends with you on Facebook. Part of this dependence is in Facebook stepping in to manage your contacts.

Tina Sieber May 28, 2013 28-05-2013
How To Back Up Your Facebook Contacts To Any Email Account [Weekly Facebook Tips]
The Top 5 Firefox Plugins To Supercharge Gmail

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The Top 5 Firefox Plugins To Supercharge Gmail

Gmail has been around for almost a decade now and millions of users around the world still use it today. Yet, despite being backed by Google, Gmail is still a service that’s rather skimpy on the features. Fortunately, if you still want to use Gmail in your browser, there are a number of great plugins that will transform your Gmail experience right away. If you use a third-party client like Thunderbird or Postbox, you may want to reconsider.

Joel Lee May 24, 2013 24-05-2013
The Top 5 Firefox Plugins To Supercharge Gmail
Kloudless: Two Way Access To Files In Gmail, Dropbox, Google Drive And More

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Kloudless: Two Way Access To Files In Gmail, Dropbox, Google Drive And More

Kloudless closes the gap between email and cloud-storage, creating a link that makes perfect sense, is incredibly convenient, and is one of those features that you won’t know how to live without once you get it set up. Kloudless serves several functions – one of which is to automatically back up your email attachments to cloud-based storage accounts.

Nancy Messieh May 22, 2013 22-05-2013
Kloudless: Two Way Access To Files In Gmail, Dropbox, Google Drive And More
Use This Gmail Trick To Receive POP Emails On IMAP-Only Devices

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Use This Gmail Trick To Receive POP Emails On IMAP-Only Devices

Why isn’t POP extinct yet? Good question! Unfortunately, some mail providers (most notably ISPs) still aren’t supporting IMAP. You’re stuck with POP. This causes a huge problem, because a lot of today’s application developers don’t care about it, thus don’t bother to support it. In this post, I’d like to show you how to work around this issue.

Craig Snyder May 17, 2013 17-05-2013
Use This Gmail Trick To Receive POP Emails On IMAP-Only Devices
Google Introduces Unified Cloud Storage: 15GB For Google Drive, Gmail, & Google+ Photos [Updates]

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Google Introduces Unified Cloud Storage: 15GB For Google Drive, Gmail, & Google+ Photos [Updates]

It’s becoming apparent that cloud storage is the new standard these days, and Google recently recognized a need to help users keep their files in a unified space. with that in mind, Google announced on Monday that it is now offering 15GB of free storage across three of its most-used services: Google Drive, Gmail, and Google+ Photos. Google Apps users will receive 30GB across the three services.

Joshua Lockhart May 14, 2013 14-05-2013
Google Introduces Unified Cloud Storage: 15GB For Google Drive, Gmail, & Google+ Photos [Updates]
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