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Save time with Smart Reply in Gmail

It’s pretty easy to read your emails while you’re on the go, but responding to those emails takes effort. Smart Reply, available in Inbox by Gmail and Allo, saves you time by suggesting quick responses to your messages. The feature already drives 12 percent of replies in Inbox on mobile.…

Gmail will no longer support Windows XP and Vista come December 2017

If your daily routine involves accessing Gmail through Google Chrome on a system that’s running on Windows XP or Vista, you might want to consider transitioning over to newer pastures soon, as Google has recently announced that Gmail will no longer support Chrome browsers that are running on version 53…

Turn on Undo Send on your Gmail now!

Emails are one of those things you double- and triple-check before you hit the ‘Send’ button. However careful you are though, the nature and definition of ‘accident’ dictates that every once in a blue moon, you will inadvertently send that cake recipe to your employer instead of your cousin, or…

Gmail’s Basic HTML Warning

If you use this URL to open Gmail’s basic HTML interface, you’ll probably see this message: “Do you really want to use HTML Gmail? You’re about to use a version of Gmail designed for slower connections and legacy browsers. To get all of Gmail’s features, including inbox categories, images, and…

Gmail Gets Back its Full-Screen Compose Mode

Ever since Gmail launched its new Compose mode in March, which offered users a selection of new tools to write their emails, there have been a few of us who have been hoping that they’ll bring back the original full-screen Compose mode. Well, it looks like that time has come…

Gmail celebrating 9th birthday

At 1 April 2013, Google email (Gmail) is celebrating its 9th birthday. So much of evolution in the Gmail all start by one user’s feedback that she was tired of struggling to search for her email in the inbox. So the Gmail teams start to build a free webmail system…

Google Launches Redesigned ‘Compose’ Screen in Gmail

You might notice that the ‘Compose’ screen on Gmail looks somewhat different today.   According to an article published on Google’s official Gmail blog, the newly introduced ‘Compose’ screen was designed to be faster and easier to use compared to the old interface which ‘covers’ the entire inbox. In a…

Microsoft outlook hit 1 million users less than a day

Microsoft’s Outlook Twitter account proudly announced on Tuesday night that its new Outlook.com email application had already reached more than 1 million users less than a day after first becoming available. The new email system, which Microsoft is using to phase out its Hotmail system, features greater social networking integration…

Microsoft Unveils Outlook.com, Will Eventually Replace Hotmail

Microsoft’s latest move to counter the rising popularity of Gmail among Internet users comes in the form of a preview of its new web service, Outlook.com which will eventually replace Hotmail. Here’s a quick rundown of its new features:   Cleaner, More Streamlined User Interface Users will see a fresh,…

Custom Themes in Gmail

Another new and interesting feature just added into your Gmail, where now you can add your own photos to your Gmail theme. Other than choosing the present theme available from the list, you can create one which is belong to yourself.   It’s easy to upload your own photo to…