Who doesn’t love hidden Gmail gems? Watch the latest episode of the G Suite Show to get expert tips from the Google team on how to organize and streamline your email.
“Get organized” was the second most popular 2017 New Year’s resolution. Gmail can help! Here are three underused features that can help you streamline your workday, stay organized, and clean up your inbox.
Meetings might be a necessary evil, but creating calendar events for them doesn’t have to be. Instead of creating your events manually, here are two useful shortcuts you can use. With just a few clicks, you can add events to Google Calendar right from Gmail–and all of the essential details will be automatically filled in for you.
Even if you use Gmail every day, you might not be using it as efficiently as you could be. Here are 11 common mistakes that people make, as well as how to avoid them so that you can be more productive in Gmail.
Goodbye, wonky formatting. Hello, beautiful emails. Here’s how you can design emails in Google Docs and then convert them to Gmail drafts with one click–all without losing any formatting.
When you write an email, you probably depend on Gmail to auto-complete the recipient’s email address in the “To” field. But if that address is no longer in use, you can remove those auto-complete addresses from the list so they won’t pop up anymore. Here’s how to do it.
Out with the old, in with the new. The Gmail app for iOS has undergone a makeover, and it’s the biggest overhaul of the app in almost four years. Here are three fantastic new features that you’ll love.
If you’ve ever forwarded a long email thread in Gmail, you know it can look a bit confusing and cluttered. The little-known “Forward all” function in Gmail makes forwarded emails much clearer and easier to read.
Email can be distracting—even addicting. A new Chrome extension, Inbox When Ready, lets you access your Gmail inbox when, well, you’re ready. It’ll hide your inbox and even lock you out of it, so that you can focus on your work and not get distracted by incessant emails.
In 2015, CEOs lost $2.3 billion from phishing attacks, according to the FBI. As an executive, do you know how to identify a phishing email?