I posted a bit back about being able to search in Gmail attachments Now there are several more ways you can search your Gmail. A full list of advanced search options can be found on the help page. Among the new search options is the ability to search by attachment size.
I started using the new Gmail Compose last week. It’s closer to what I’m used to seeing on my phone so it didn’t take much to get used to, but I do kind of miss having it expand to my whole window. I’m one of those people who expands all windows when using them – I like them to take up the entire screen. Has anyone found a way to [ Read More ]
Lifehacker has pointed me to a neat new feature in Gmail: Previously, you could only find an attachment if you searched for the message’s text, the filename, or its file type. Now, however, you can search for text within DOC, PDF, PPT, and other files and Gmail will bring them up in your search results. Since I use Gmail for work and home email this is going to be very [ Read More ]
I’ve been using Gmail so long that I take it for granted that it can be foreign to some people. A friend of mine just got a Nexus 7 and had to sign up for Google (and Gmail) to use it and after 15 to 20 years of using the same email client that can be a bit terrifying. Mashable has a guide to help my friend and your patrons [ Read More ]
A post on Mashable lists 9 plugins to help with you email productivity in Gmail. I have installed a couple of these but don’t have enough experience to review any of them yet. Hopefully one or more of them ends up helping you: Bananatag Send from Gmail [Chrome] Rapportive Snooze [Chrome] Mail Timer [Chrome] Boomerang KeyRocket [Chrome] Attachments.me [Chrome] Taskforce Learn more about each of them on Mashable.