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Gmail for Android Now Has the Ability to Save Attachments to Drive

Gmail for Android has been updated with cool new features: It now has the ability to save attachments to Google Drive. Because space on mobile devices is somewhat scarce, being able to save files to the cloud is something awesome and increasingly practical. It just makes sense. The new update brought along Spam explanations (which presents a message detailing why a certain email has been dumped into the spam folder), improved right-to-left language ...
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Gmail Allegedly Working on a UI/Design Overhaul

It looks like prayers can be answered, after all. Geek and The Verge recently spotted a beautiful new visual overhaul of Gmail’s web interface. And why do we say prayers? The leaked images show a radically simpler inbox with less clutter.A hamburger menu on the top left hides labels and a new button on the lower right reveals a menu that offers user actions. The loathed Stars appear to have been replaced by pins and a snooze function has ...
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2-Minute Hack: Double SPAM-Proof Your Gmail

No long talks about spam and what it does to your health. Just know that there's a way to strengthen even further your spam protection on Gmail. Why would you want to do that? You'd want to do it every time you subscribe to a mailing list or affiliate link. Whenever you need to subscribe to email updates from a company you don't totally trust, add the following extra layer of protection. Do not enter your normal email address in the online form. ...
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All Together: 15GB For Drive, Gmail, G+

Google announced on their official Gmail Blog that starting over the next couple of weeks, Gmail, Google Drive, and Google+ will merge into the same 15GB pool of shared cloud storage instead of having 10 GB for Gmail and another 5 GB for Drive and Google+ Photos. This comes as part of the ongoing streamlining of all its services. This way, instead of being restricted with a specific storage amount on one of those services, users will have the ...
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Add Events to Google Calendar Straight from Gmail

Google Calendar Meets Gmail: Even More Integration Between G Services Google keeps introducing enhancements to its existing services, the latest being the ability to create events in Google Calendar directly from Gmail. Through an announcement on the Official Gmail Blog, Google stated that starting today, dates and times will be "lightly underlined" in email messages, where clicking them will allow users to schedule events directly in Google Calendar ...
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The Evolution of Gmail

Nine years ago, and specifically on April Fool's day, Google introduced its web-based mail service called Gmail. People thought that it was a prank pulled by Google, especially that at the beginning, it was accessed only through invites (which were limited to only 100 for those who were lucky enough to have it then). Since then, Gmail has evolved continuously and exponentially, with multiple changes in design, new addition of services, development ...
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Google’s April Fool’s Day

It seems that good old "G" has a very nice sense of humor. In the last 24 hours, Google has made four announcements (so far, the day is still at its beginning) that, if you didn't get the catch, fall within the pranks that people pull during this infamous day, and we have to say, they are really witty and we were actually hoping that some of them are true (or just hope that one day they will become a reality). First, we start off with the announcement ...
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New Gmail Features, What Has Changed?

Gmail users should by now have noticed that some changes were introduced to the way they compose new messages or reply to old ones, which in Google's words, is faster and easier to use. So what changed exactly? Well, from now on, when writing a new message in Gmail, and instead of taking you to a new page to do so, a pop-up window will now appear within the inbox itself, allowing you to write the email while maintaining a view of the inbox, ...
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