Save Emails to PDF is made specifically to work with Gmail and G Suite email accounts. Once you install the free Chrome extension, all your emails can be converted to PDF with one click of a button.
Now you can put all the emails your landlord ever sent and include them as an attachment in a single PDF. You can even add notes if you want, with the “append” feature.
To forward emails as a PDF attachment, select emails and then click on Save Emails to PDF -> Compose email to forward emails (attached as PDF)
Three simple steps are needed to convert a single email message to PDF. Here is explained how to do it…
cloudHQ can save multiple Gmail emails as PDF and pack them in the following formats: zip file, PDF file, MS Excel, CSV file, text file, HTML file.
cloudHQ Save emails to PDF can save and convert to PDF all emails in a label and sub-labels to PDF. For example, if you have a label called “Support” and that label has sub-labels “Open tickets” and “Closed tickets”, then you can with one click convert all emails in labels “Support”, “Support/Open tickets” and “Support/Closed tickets” to PDF.
While the Gmail interface is generally very simple to use and understand, it makes it a bit of a nightmare to work on large numbers of emails at the same time, unless you know a couple of little tricks. To make managing your inbox easier, Gmail allows you to select multiple emails at once. Even […]
On Windows, you should simply be able to double click on the zipped file to unzip it. However, if you receive the following error: “folder is invalid” or “Decompression Failed” then follow the steps below for alternative unzipping processes. First, double-check to make sure the file has fully downloaded. If the file size has fully […]
When cloudHQ finishes converting your emails and packaging, you will receive an email with a link to download your package (the subject of the email will be “Save to PDF: Emails are ready to download”): You can download your emails by clicking on “Download” button. In case that you missed the email and you have […]
On Macs, you should simply be able to double click on the zipped file to unzip it. However, if you receive the following error: “Unable to unarchive into Desktop” (Error 1 – Operation not permitted.) or “Decompression Failed” then follow the steps below for alternative unzipping processes. First, double check to make sure the file […]