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Use Email Alias and Forwarding in Gmail To Better Manage Your Life

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Use Email Alias and Forwarding in Gmail To Better Manage Your Life

By this point, most people know about the nifty tricks you can use in your Gmail address called aliases, that allow you to give people different email addresses that all arrive at the same inbox. Aibek first covered this cool Gmail feature back in 2007, describing how you can place both periods and plus signs inside of your Gmail address and those emails will still be delivered like normal.

Ryan Dube January 24, 2013 24-01-2013
Use Email Alias and Forwarding in Gmail To Better Manage Your Life
Regain Control Over Your Inbox With These 5 Tips For Managing Gmail

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Regain Control Over Your Inbox With These 5 Tips For Managing Gmail

Everyone knows that these days, it’s pretty difficult to survive or to manage your affairs without email. In fact, most people have two or three emails to manage, so without a good handle on email management, that busy inbox can get out of control pretty fast. I know, you’re asking yourself do we really need another article about email management? Aren’t we done yet. Well….no.

Ryan Dube January 23, 2013 23-01-2013
Regain Control Over Your Inbox With These 5 Tips For Managing Gmail
Two New IFTTT Actions For Gmail Users [Updates]

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Two New IFTTT Actions For Gmail Users [Updates]

If you are a fan of the online automation service site, If This Then That (IFTTT), you might be interested to know about the recent posting of two new Gmail actions which add to the growing collection of actions on the site. The two new actions consist of an “Any new mail” trigger which fires every time any new email arrives, and another Gmail automation, “New starred email,” triggered anytime you star a specified type of email.

Bakari Chavanu January 10, 2013 10-01-2013
Two New IFTTT Actions For Gmail Users [Updates]
Email Faster & Better With Canned Responses

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Email Faster & Better With Canned Responses

Don’t have time to cook lunch? No problem, grab a can. Need some camping chow that won’t go bad? Easy, get some canned food. Tired of typing the same email replies? Try canned emails! Think I’m kidding? Think again. Canned responses, or canned replies, are a feature that too many users have never even tried, but once you’ve tried them, there’s no turning back.

Yaara Lancet January 8, 2013 08-01-2013
Email Faster & Better With Canned Responses
Forget Gmail – Outlook.com Also Handles Your Own Email Domain

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Forget Gmail – Outlook.com Also Handles Your Own Email Domain

Now, using a webmail service to host your domain email isn’t anything new. Matt covered how you can set up email on your domain using Google Apps. But is Google really the only act in town? Isn’t there any other service out there that provides high-quality free online email service with the added bonus of letting you host mail there for your own domain?

Ryan Dube December 28, 2012 28-12-2012
Forget Gmail – Outlook.com Also Handles Your Own Email Domain
Use Gmail’s Experimental Search To Track Your Online Purchases, Reservations, & Events [Updates]

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Use Gmail’s Experimental Search To Track Your Online Purchases, Reservations, & Events [Updates]

Google frequently holds experimental field trials to test out new search features and then adds or discards them depending upon user response. The latest one is about finding your stuff faster. The field trial that’s on right now introduces you to searching your Gmail using Google.com instead of digging through the mountain of emails in your inbox.

Saikat Basu December 22, 2012 22-12-2012
Use Gmail’s Experimental Search To Track Your Online Purchases, Reservations, & Events [Updates]
8 Ways To Email Large Attachments

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8 Ways To Email Large Attachments

Email was never made for large file attachments. Many email servers won’t even accept emails with attachments over 10 MB in size. To send large files via email, you’ll need to upload your email attachments to a file storage and sharing service. The email recipient will receive a link they can click to download the email attachment, allowing you to send gigabytes of attachments without clogging up inboxes and running into size limits.

Chris Hoffman December 21, 2012 21-12-2012
8 Ways To Email Large Attachments
Too Many Clicks? Follow These Tips To Save Time With Gmail’s New Compose

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Too Many Clicks? Follow These Tips To Save Time With Gmail’s New Compose

In a recent poll we held here at MakeUseOf, we found that over 75% of you already use Gmail’s new compose. By reading that poll’s comments, I’ve also gathered that while many of you are using the new compose, there are things many of you find annoying. The most common complaint, and one which I agree with wholeheartedly, is the increased amount of clicking, hovering and clicking this new interface requires.

Yaara Lancet December 18, 2012 18-12-2012
Too Many Clicks? Follow These Tips To Save Time With Gmail’s New Compose
Keep Conversations Going Outside Your Gmail Inbox With Google Talk

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Keep Conversations Going Outside Your Gmail Inbox With Google Talk

Google Talk is Google’s own desktop instant messaging program. You can log in using your Google account. And if you are on Gmail, you have already been using Google Talk, possibly without noticing. With the Google Talk desktop application, you can stay in touch with your contacts and continue the conversation after logging out of Gmail. The tool supports text chat, file transfers, voice calls and voicemail.

Tina Sieber December 12, 2012 12-12-2012
Keep Conversations Going Outside Your Gmail Inbox With Google Talk
Please Note This Email! Some Super-Useful Tools To Help You Add Notes & Annotate Your Gmail Threads

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Please Note This Email! Some Super-Useful Tools To Help You Add Notes & Annotate Your Gmail Threads

Threaded conversations and smart labels were a start. The former really helped to have end to end conversations, and the later came into it later as an email organizational tool. But what if you want to add something more to a Gmail conversation? For instance, a note or an annotation that tells you. Gmail still lacks a notes feature for tagging a specific email with some extra information that’s of help to you as a future reference.

Saikat Basu December 10, 2012 10-12-2012
Please Note This Email! Some Super-Useful Tools To Help You Add Notes & Annotate Your Gmail Threads
Google Graduates 3 Top Gmail Labs Features Including Send and Archive [Updates]

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Google Graduates 3 Top Gmail Labs Features Including Send and Archive [Updates]

Google announced that it would be graduating three more features from its Gmail Labs project in a Google+ update on Thursday. There’s no roll-out period for these new features so you can hop straight on over to Gmail and use Default Reply to all, Quote selected text and Send and archive right now.

Tim Brookes December 8, 2012 08-12-2012
Google Graduates 3 Top Gmail Labs Features Including Send and Archive [Updates]
Gmail 2.0 Update Hits The App Store With New Design And Features [Updates]

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Gmail 2.0 Update Hits The App Store With New Design And Features [Updates]

The Gmail app on iOS has just received a new update designed to improve the core functionality of the application with a new look and some sought after new features. The first change that users will notice is the new look of the app. The app certainly looks a lot smoother with the new design.

Dave LeClair December 5, 2012 05-12-2012
Gmail 2.0 Update Hits The App Store With New Design And Features [Updates]
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