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awesome Gmail Tips : Gmail as you have never known it before

Gmail is one of the most trusted mail services online. No wonder it is a product from Google , the unrivaled internet guru. I know almost all of you have a Gmail account but those of you who still do not have one then i highly advise you to do so. From my own experience as a long term edublogger, i can definitely confirm that Gmail is indispensable for you as educators. It far excels other mail services in terms of storage capacity, privacy settings, and security. AOL and Yahoo also offer good mailing services but they do not live up to Gmail ones. I am not trying to do a pub for Google or any other kind of commercial promotion for i am not a Google employee and nothing relates me to Google except being a faithful user of almost all its product.
Today i am going to share with you  some tips about how to better  use Gmail. There are many features and services that Gmail offers for free yet only few people know about them and use them. Being educators, we do need to be aware of these freebies. They can save you so much time and make your electronic mailing experience  way better than you have ever thought. believe me when you read and apply those tips you would just sit back and wonder how on earth i missed all of these things all this time !!!. But it is never too late to discover and there is always somebody to do the painstaking search for the info and in this case it was me who did it for you lol.
All of the tips here are taken from Google Apps website and all the title links below will direct you there, i encourage you to subscribe to the RSS feed of this website. It will help you a lot .
1 - "Sorting" Google Mail messages using Keywords

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2 -  Dragging and Dropping Labels and Messages


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3- Enabling and using Keyboard Shortcuts

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4- Using Nested Labels


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5 - Working with Conversations: Part 1


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6- Working with Conversations: Part 2

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Working with Conversations: Part 3

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7 - Dragging and Dropping Attachments

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8- Dragging and Dropping Attachments

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9 - Using Quick Links

10 - De-cluttering Your Desktop Using Tabbed Browsing

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11 -  Working with Gmail Tasks


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12 - Creating a Strong Password

13 - Creating a Simple Filter


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14 – Increase Your Productivity with Priority Inbox

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15 – Reduce Inbox Bloat with SmartLabels

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16 – Cure Your Inbox of Inbox Bloat by Archiving Old Email

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17 - Responding to or composing messages in a New Browser Window

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18- Working with Gmail Tasks


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19 – Enhance Your Email Rich Text Signatures

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20 - Setting Message Priority Using Canned Responses and Filter

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2 comments : POST A COMMENT

  1. M tech Computer
    I totally agree with your words.

    Regards
    Aakash

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  2. Nice summary - what's missing is GMail's unique ability among web mailers (to my knowledge), in combination with Chrome, to paste an image from the clipboard to the email body being composed without having to save it to a file first.

    Outlook has this and many miss this functionality a lot in web mailers, most don't even know GMail has it...

    /d

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