Gmail

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Gmail review

Gmail is an easy to use email app that saves you time and keeps your messages safe.

The official Gmail app lets you read and compose e-mails from your Android phone or tablet. With an appealing design, instantaneous notifications, and support for several accounts, it's a total and highly suggested app for any Gmail user.

Gmail for Android includes the majority of the options you find in Gmail for the web: you can manage several accounts, look for messages in any of your folders, and save attachments to your device or Google Drive.

Gmail's user interface is really similar to the desktop web browser client which just about all users are already use to: on the left column you have different tags and categories, while in the center of the screen you get to read all of your e-mails. Gmail's smart management system also separates promotions, from social e-mails, and both of these from the really important e-mails.

Get your messages instantly via push notifications, read and respond online & offline, and find any message quickly.
With the Gmail app you get:
• An organized inbox - Social and promotional messages are sorted into categories so you can read messages from friends and family first.
• Less spam - Gmail blocks spam before it hits your inbox to keep your account safe and clutter free.
• 15GB of free storage - You won’t need to delete messages to save space.
• Multiple account support - Use both Gmail and non-Gmail addresses (Outlook.com, Yahoo Mail, or any other IMAP/POP email) right from the app.

How to send email using Gmail
  1. Open Gmail from the home screen or app drawer.
  2. Select the floating action button (circular button with a pen icon in the bottom right corner) to compose a new mail.
  3. Enter the recipient's email address in the To field.
  4. Use the downward arrow symbol to see Cc and Bcc options.
  5. Enter the subject and body of the text.
  6. Tap the arrow button to send the email.

How to format emails and add emojis in Gmail
Google added rich text formatting in Gmail for Android earlier this year, giving you the ability to add text colors and underline, italicize, and bold text. And yes, you can also send emoticons within an email.
  1. Select the desired text with a quick double tap.
  2. Tap the Format button from the action menu.
  3. Select from bold, italics, or underline. You can also change text color and background.
  4. To add emoji, tap the emoji button.
  5. Select your desired emoji and add it to the text.

How to add attachments in Gmail
With Gmail, you can attach local files — including documents, photos, or videos — or send files stored on Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, and other cloud storage services. Local attachments are limited to 25MB, and for anything larger than that you'll have to upload the file to Drive first. Doing so lets you share files up to 10GB in size.
  1. Select the floating action button to compose a new mail.
  2. Tap the attach button to select files.
  3. Choose Attach file to insert local files or use Insert from Drive to attach Drive files as links within the mail.
  4. Using the Attach file option is straightforward. Select the file from the menu to embed it in the mail.
  5. Insert from Drive follows a similar flow.
  6. Once you select the attachment, you'll see a preview at the bottom of the mail.
How to add a secondary Google account in Gmail
  1. Tap the hamburger menu on the top left corner.
  2. Select the arrow next to the account name.
  3. Tap Add account.
  4. In the set up email section, select Google from the list of services.
  5. Enter your Account email ID and password.
  6. If you'd like to create a new account, select Or create a new account.

How to add an Outlook or Yahoo Mail account in Gmail
Gmail also allows you to add email accounts from third-party services like Outlook, Yahoo Mail, Exchange accounts, or your own mail server.
  1. Tap the hamburger menu on the top left corner.
  2. Select the arrow next to the account name.
  3. Tap Add account.
  4. Select your desired email service from the list.
  5. Add your email ID and password.

How to merge inboxes in Gmail
If you have two or more email accounts on the same device, you can see all emails in a single view.
  1. Tap the hamburger menu on the top left corner.
  2. select All inboxes.
  3. All your emails will be displayed chronologically in the All inboxes view.

How to snooze emails in Gmail
The snooze option is ideal if you're looking to file away a particular mail to resurface at a later date. You'll be able to choose when the mail shows up in your inbox again — the options include later the same day, the next day, weekend, or a custom day and time. Here's how to snooze emails in Gmail:
  1. Select the email you want to snooze by tapping the sender icon.
  2. Tap the action menu (three vertical dots) in the top right corner.
  3. Hit Snooze.
  4. Select the time and date based on when you want the email to resurface in your inbox.
How to disable Smart Reply in Gmail
Smart Reply automatically scans the context of a message and populates a list of responses - along the lines of "Thank you" or "See you there." You'll have to disable the Smart Reply feature for each email account you're signed into on Gmail.
  1. Tap the hamburger menu (three horizontal lines) on the top left corner.
  2. Scroll up to access the settings.
  3. Tap Settings.
  4. Select the Email account for which you want to disable the feature.
  5. Scroll up to access the General account settings.
  6. Tap the checkmark next to Smart Reply to turn off the feature.

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  • Category: Communication
  • Platform: Android
  • Developer: Google LLC
  • Downloads: 6
  • License: Free
  • Last Update: May 31, 2020

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