Gmail is just another email service until you learn some tips and tricks to unlock its power. I have collected 100 Gmail tips to help you become a power user of Gmail and make the best out of it. There is a lot to cover, so let’s get started!
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- Add events to Google Calender from Gmail: Gmail now underlines all dates and times in emails. Hover over them to preview your schedule for the day and change the title, date or time of the event. Click “Add to Calendar” and it will get added to your Google Calender.
- Use Google Drive To Send Huge Attachments: Gmail has a 25MB limit on attachments. To send bigger attachments, add the file to your Google Drive, and from your Gmail compose window, click the Google Drive icon, select the file.
- How to allow your family members to send emails from your Gmail account by adding them as delegates.
- You can drag and drop messages between different tabs in the new Gmail (Primary and Updates etc)
- You can also right click an email and choose “Move to tab” to move an email from one tab to another.
- Right click on any email to Archive, Delete or Mark as Read.
- Keyboard shortcut to go to next tab is `
- Keyboard shortcut for previous tab is ~
- Search for category:updates, category:social, category:forums, category:promotions to find these messages.
- How to Exclude Chat History in Gmail Search: You can include -in:chatsin your searches to easily search everything inside except for chats.