Why does “All Mail” not show up at the left of my Gmail screen?
By default, Gmail groups a message and its replies in a conversation that’s listed as a single inbox entry. Conversation threads are the recommended way to manage your email; they provide a fast, efficient way to see multiple related messages in one view. However, if you prefer to list messages separately, you can turn the […]
On your computer, open Google Chrome browser. At the top right, click , select More tools and then Extensions Here you can manage your extensions: Remove: Deinstall / remove the extension. Details: Get details about the extension. Turn on/off: Turn the extension on or off. Allow incognito: On the extension, click Details. Turn on Allow […]
Managing your emails on Gmail can be complicated if you aren’t familiar with Gmail’s labels and sub-labels. If you’re managing (receiving and sending) a high number of emails and aren’t sure how to organize them, using Gmail’s nested labels will keep emails well sorted and easily accessible. What exactly are Gmail nested labels (labels and […]
Wondering how to disable plain text mode in Gmail? In Gmail, you can easily send messages either using rich HTML formatting or just plain text. Click ‘Compose‘ in your Gmail’s left navigation bar: Click the ‘More options’ (three dots) in the email composition pop-up window: Make sure ‘Plain text‘ mode is not checked.:
How to replace the Gmail icon buttons with text buttons? If you prefer the text buttons, here’s how to easily get rid of the icons. It is your choice.
Yahoo Mail has a security feature which does not allow loading of images on received email messages. Just use the following steps to show images within email messages.
Click the “≡” button in the upper right corner of the Chrome browser window. Select the Exit button. This will close all tabs and windows and end the process. Windows shortcut Windows keyboard shortcuts Ctrl + Shift + Q or Alt + F4 + Q will also work. Apple Mac shortcut Mac keyboard shortcut ⌘ Cmd + […]
When you turn on sync, all your profile information is saved to your Google Account. If you want to be able to use your Chrome extensions on all your devices, here’s how to make sure your extensions are synced to your Google Account whenever and wherever you’re signed in. On a trusted computer, open Chrome. […]
Many Windows applications, such as antivirus software, inject code into Chrome to modify its behavior. This results in more frequent browser crashes, so Google is taking a stand by blocking these techniques.