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38 Gmail tips to help you overcome emails



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    Pay (or send money)

    Google Pay Send (formerly Google Wallet) is integrated with Gmail. Click on the dollar sign icon at the bottom of a message and you have the option to send money. Or select "Request money" to get someone to pay.

    You and the recipient need a Google Pay Send account with attached bank details. The Google Pay Send setting for "send money via Gmail" must also be turned on. The maximum is $ 9,999 for sending or receiving.

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    Keyboard Shortcuts

    Gmail is full of keyboard shortcuts for just about anything you can do. Take a look at the Minimalistic Gmail Cheat Sheet from Visual.ly for a graphically perfect look. Or, press Shift + while in Gmail for a pop-up list. To go up, go to the gear icon ()> Settings> Hotkeys and enable them to personalize the buttons you are using. You can not customize it if you use G Suite.
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    Use multiple Gmail accounts

    If you're a Gmail superfan and have multiple accounts, you do not need to log in and out all the time. On the desktop (with Chrome, Firefox, Edge) you can simultaneously log in to multiple accounts. Everyone can take a tab and stay logged in. Click on the top right corner of your account avatar and select Add Account . To switch between accounts, click on your avatar again and then on the desired account. no password required The operation is similar on mobile devices.

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    Add more accounts to Gmail with Gmailify

    Love the Gmail interface but do not want to give up your Yahoo, iCloud, or Outlook email address? No problem. With Google, you can add third-party email accounts to the Gmail mobile app, which adds Google features such as spam filtering and inbox registries to those accounts.

    You need at least one Gmail account for it to work. To set it up on your phone, click on your avatar in the Gmail app and select Add another account . Select the account type to add and enter your credentials. You can then access each inbox or view all your emails in a single inbox on your phone or tablet. Go back to the avatar and select Manage accounts on this device to later disable or delete the account.

    On the desktop, select the gear icon ()> Settings> Accounts and Import> Check email from other accounts> Add email account . In the pop-up window, enter the email address you want to associate, click Next and select Link Account to Gmail (Gmailify).

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    Access Gmail via Yahoo Mail or Outlook.com

    On the other hand, you can also get your Gmail messages from Yahoo. In the latest version of Yahoo Mail, click the settings icon ()> More Settings> Mailboxes> Add Mailbox> Google . You can also add access to Outlook.com or AOL emails here.

    If you're an avid user of Outlook.com, also switch to gear icon ()> View All Outlook Settings> Mail> Sync Email . You can connect up to 20 e-mail accounts, either Gmail or IMAP.

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    Checking which apps have access to Gmail

    Last year's reports say some app developers can review your Gmail messages as they create new features. So you can occasionally check which apps have access to your accounts. Go to myaccount.google.com> Security. Under Manage apps with account access, click Manage third-party access to disconnect all unnecessary apps.

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    Sending from another email address

    You may have many Gmail-based accounts or multiple addresses in the same account. You can set up all addresses in your primary Gmail and make it look like you're sending from a completely different account, either constantly or per message. Go to Settings> Accounts and Import> Send E-mail as. Add multiple e-mail addresses. This is great if you send many messages through one account, but you want to include the answers in another account.

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    Moving messages to other accounts

    You can sign in to multiple Gmail accounts on the desktop and on your phone at the same time. However, with the integrated iOS Mail app, you can move a message received in one Gmail account to another Gmail account. or any email using iMAP. This is very handy if you send business emails to your personal address or vice versa. To move, open any inbox (or the combined Inbox of all accounts). If you are in a message, tap the folder icon (). In the list, tap Edit select the check box next to the messages you want to move, and tap Move . Click Accounts above to select the account to which the message should be sent. Then select the label / folder in this account to which you want to move the message. It is instantaneous. I do not care why no other email app supports this amazing option.

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    Do Not Just Label Spam, Block Users

    With Gmail, you can completely block every single sender that bothers you. On a desktop or mobile phone, select the ellipsis menu () next to the answer button