Google has released an update for Gmail with a new look and many new features. The new Gmail has several new security features such as phishing warnings and confidential mode for specific emails. Productivity features include the new sidebar where you can access your calendar, tasks or other add-ons (such as Google Keep) without leaving your Gmail. Hoover actions, email nudges, and snoozing emails are other features that are included in the new Gmail.
Did you know that every email message sent to Academy Personnel or your Team or your Department or ANY Google Group are all stored forever in the Google Group Archives? You can access the Archives and find any and all old messages…here is how!
To simplify your online life, you should keep your Brewster and personal email completely separate. If you have a personal Gmail account, you can easily toggle between accounts in Chrome. Continue reading “Manage Two Gmail Accounts in Chrome”
We’re all Gmail users here at BA and I know we’ve all ended up with an inbox so full of email we sometimes have trouble finding the message we want quickly. Google understands this and is always trying to help us organize our endless streams of email. One of their biggest features is called the “Tabbed Mailbox”. To put it simply, instead of having one place where all your email shows up, they’ve broken that up into four distinct “tabs” to automatically sort your incoming Continue reading “Organize Email with Gmail’s Tabbed Inbox”
How many Google Email Groups do you belong to? Do you want to see each message separately or would you rather receive a single message with a daily digest? Maybe you only need to send the group an email and not receive all the emails? You have several options in Group Settings.
Have you ever sent an email and thought of “one more thing…” that you needed to say? Or hit “reply all” when you only wanted to respond to one person? If so, you need to enable the “Undo Send” feature in your Gmail Account. This setting gives you the option to stop the email you just sent, up to 30 seconds after you hit “send”. Continue reading “Mac 101: Undo Sending an Email”