Another one of those ‘at last’ features: Google now has a multiple account sign-in feature, so you don’t need to use a different browser or logout-and-login in order to check a different Google account. For now, this feature only works with a select few G-services, but they include Gmail, Calendar, Reader & Voice. To use,… Continue reading Google now offers simultaneous multiple account sign-in
And now the reverse is true. The reverse of dragging a file to attach to a Gmail message is… dragging an attachment out of a Gmail email to save to your desktop.
Just a few days, I went searching for a new way to automatically include HTML/rich text signatures into my e-mails in Gmail. Well now I don’t need to worry about that any more as Gmail has added rich text signatures directly to its interface. Just head to your Settings page, and scroll down to the… Continue reading Gmail Adds Rich Text Signatures
Gmail has long had an automatic link to a map to the right of the e-mail if it detected an address in the body. But now, there’s a new Gmail Lab called “Google Maps previews in mail” that will let you preview the map right in the body of the e-mail. It takes a few seconds… Continue reading New Gmail Lab lets you see Maps of addresses embedded in e-mails
If you use Gmail, the Gboard could provide shortcuts to save minutes a day and turbo-charge your Gmail experience so you will be more productive. After plugging the Gboard into your computer via USB, simply turn on the keyboard shortcuts in Gmail then you will have access to the 19 most-used functions in Gmail including… Continue reading Gboard, the Gmail Keypad
More Gmail Labs goodies. First up is the Message Sneak Peek which when enabled, lets you preview a message without having to open them first. There is either a keyboard shortcut (‘h’) or you can right-click. Strangely enough, this only worked in Firefox for me and not Chrome. Next is the much desired and anticipated… Continue reading Gmail Labs rolls out Message Sneak Peek and Nested Labels
Gmail takes on a new dual-pane look for the iPad with a list of messages on the left and the conversation thread appearing to the right. Gmail for iPad still has features such as offline access and caching for faster response.
Google rolled out its latest product, called Google Buzz [announcement], this time in the social networking arena. Buzz is built into Gmail and has tight integration with your e-mail inbox. You can share links, photos and videos directly from within Gmail and it uses your existing set of Gmail contacts. You can see what your… Continue reading Google jumps into the social web with Buzz; goes up against Facebook, Twitter, et al.
Offline Gmail has been a Gmail Lab for quite some time now, and is now being sanctioned by the Gmail team as ready for general consumption and will become a regular feature of Gmail. There will now be an Offline tab when you visit your Gmail Settings. From there, you can initiate and control how… Continue reading Offline Gmail has become a Regular Feature of Gmail
Synctastic. Well at least if you have one of the supported phones. Google Sync now also supports Gmail in addition to Calendar and Contacts and works with iPhone, iPod Touch, Windows Mobile, and S60 devices.