Google is rolling out a new interface for composing new messages in Gmail. Here are some highlights: Streamlined compose pane Check your mail while typing Formatting options appear only when you need them New keyboard shortcuts Drag and drop addresses Compose two messages at once Learn more about the new compose interface at http://learn.googleapps.com/new-gmail-compose/new-compose-guide.
We here at Gmail Secrets have been helping Google test their new Priority Inbox feature for about six weeks now. The verdict is in: For those of us who get too much email (I think that’s everyone, right?), Priority Inbox is almost as much of a game changer in the fight against email overload as [...]
There’s a new feature in Gmail Labs that let’s you insert/inline images into your emails without having to use workarounds. This will only work if you’re in rich formatting mode, though. There are two ways you can insert images: by uploading image files from your computer or providing image URLs. Try it out and have [...]
Now, I don’t know about you guys, but this bit of news really got me excited. It’s not just the transparency of the new administration, it’s also all the other positive changes Gmail and Google Apps can bring. It’s “one-tenth the cost and ten times the speed”. In the current economic crisis, who wouldn’t be [...]
At long last, offline access is here for Gmail. Offline access synchronizes your mail to your local computer, so you can continue to read, compose, and reply to messages even while not connected to the Internet. As soon as you get back online, Gmail connects automatically and sends your new messages to their recipients. Built [...]