cloudHQ Gmail Label Sharing allows you to share emails and labels and collaborate on these emails with Gmail user in the same way as you would you would share folders in Google Drive.
How do I ensure that all newly-added share emails will be added to my share label and my inbox also? Can share sub-labels without sharing top level label? Are the other users affected if a particular email message is archived by a user?
Here is how to share Gmail™ labels and emails with our Chrome extension: How to Install Chrome Extension Install the cloudHQ Chrome browser extension Gmail Label and Email Sharing from this location: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/gmail-label-sharing/pmmaemmobdmccnfepmkckendmealjapo : Add the extension to Chrome: Once installed in Gmail you will notice ‘Share Label’ icon on the upper right-hand side of Gmail […]
Gmail Label and Email Sharing allows you to share labels (and emails) as you would share folders in Google Drive (or Dropbox). However, there are some limitations and requirements. Limitations Your labels or sub-labels must not have “/“, “+“, “\“, special characters, or emojies in its name. For example, if your label name is “Inbox/Clients” […]
G Suite admins can create, share, and manage G Suite label shares for any or all users in their G Suite domain. All these operations can be done with zero end-user interaction. Furthermore, G Suite admins have full visibility into what is getting shared, who is sharing, and more. This means that G Suite admin […]
A really cool feature of Gmail is how it automatically threads email messages so that they appear as a single item rather than multiple items in your email list. This helps keep your inbox organized, especially if you have really long email threads. Here is how Gmail decide which messages should and shouldn’t be part […]
Limitations Your labels or sub-labels must not have “/“, “+“, “\“, special characters, or emojies in its name. For example, if your label name is “Inbox/Clients” please rename that label to “Inbox – Clients”. Your labels or sub-labels must not have ” ” at the end or beginning of its name. For example, if your […]
Here is how to change to be read-only (the person who invited cannot modify emails): Go to https://www.cloudHQ.net. Go to the Share tab to check if you are the owner of the share (meaning you are the one who shared the label). If you are owner, you should see “Options” for members as shown: Click “Options” […]
Here are ways to unshare shared folder/label or remove user from shared folder/label: How to unshare a shared label/folder to all members: Note: Only owner can see this. Go to the Share tab. Click the dropdown of the shared folder to see yourself and other members with access to the shared folder: Click “Unshare folder” to […]
Here are short instructions for how to accept access to a shared folder/label: Accepting a share from cloudHQ’s website: Note: Member or invitee is assumed to be logged into their own cloudHQ account. Go to the Share tab. Click the dropdown of the shared folder with “Waiting for your response”: Click “Accept” from the shared folder: […]