Your email signature — that text you choose to use as your name and sign-off at the end of a message — is an important part of your personal digital branding. It provides the email recipient with vital information about you, like your job title and further contact information, or whatever else you choose to…
A web browser extension (for Chrome, Edge, and Firefox) that displays new emails and the sender’s contact photo, get notifications or even listen, read or delete them without opening Gmail! Supports multiple accounts plus many options.
Simplify Gmail v2 is interesting to many users, it would seem. I posted about the service just a few days ago and the interest has been through the roof. That made me feel a tad bit sad, honestly. I’ve been using Simplify Gmail for quite some time and only mentioned it in passing in an article from April 2019 (yikes!) as Inbox was being shut down….
Here at “Tech News for You” I just learned about Gmail’s NEW confidential mode of sending encrypted emails. In summary once you compose and send the email using the instructions (from Google) provided below, the recipient receiving the email will be required to enter a passcode in order to open the confidential email. You can even set an expiration date on the email and furthermore you can stop the recipient from viewing the email before the expiration date, in case you change your mind. This is a much welcomed and needed feature and I applaud Google for coming up with a solution for sending confidential and sensitive information. Below you will see an animated graphic to give visual insight on just how this works.Continue reading “Learn “How To” send messages and attachments with Gmail’s NEW Confidential Mode …”
Gmail Web Clipper has to be one of the most overlooked Google Chrome web browser extensions out there… This browser extension gives you the ability to easily save articles, snippets or images directly to your email account. There is no need for a third-party note-taking application with this browser extension and anything you save is neatly (and automatically) organized in a single label (or category) in your Gmail.Tech News for You
Source: cloudHQ – Gmail Web Clipper
You can only change the name on your Gmail account on a desktop browser. You can’t use the Gmail mobile app on Android, iPhone, or iPad to change your name.How-To Geek