What is the purpose of the cloudHQ icon in my Gmail, and where can I find it?

The cloudHQ icon, found near the Gmail search bar at the top of the page, is used to manage cloudHQ apps installed in your browser. If you have installed any cloudHQ apps or the “Highlight Emails” extension, this icon will be visible. Clicking on it will open a list of cloudHQ apps, allowing you to manage features like highlighting rows, reading focus, and customization settings.

How can I customize the colors for unread, selected, and mouse-hovered emails?

You can customize these colors by clicking the cloudHQ icon, then selecting “Highlight Emails,” and clicking on “Settings.” Here you’ll find options to turn on or off these features and choose specific colors for unread emails, selected emails, and the color that appears on mouse hover.

What does the "Color Emails from Domains" feature do?

The “Color Emails from Domains” feature allows you to add specific domain names and choose a color to be applied to all emails from that domain in your Inbox. This helps in quickly recognizing emails from particular senders, adding a layer of organization to your email experience.

How do I activate Reading Focus (ADHD) Mode in my email list?

To activate Reading Focus (ADHD) Mode, look for the second icon labeled “Reading Focus,” typically found at the top and bottom of the email list, next to the “Newer” and “Older” buttons. Click on the “Highlight Emails” icon in the upper right corner of your screen, and Reading Focus Mode will be activated.