Ever send an email out only to realize you’ve forgotten an attachment or even worse, it’s gone to the wrong person! Now, in Gmail Labs, you’ll find a new feature that will delay the sent email for five seconds before it is sent. During this time you will be hit the Undo button and stop the email from being sent.
One thing ever Gmail user loves is the conversation view. However, one painful experience with the conversation view is the "Mark as Unread" feature which used to mark the entire conversation as unread, which means that you had to figure out exactly which was the first unread post, the next time you opened up the conversation again. This has always been a painful experience especially if you have ten or more emails as part of the conversation.
Anybody who uses Gmail on a slow internet connection knows that it is one of the worst painful experiences you can ever have. Gmail keeps telling you that the page isn’t loaded properly and well you’re only option is switching to the “Older Version” or to the HTML version. So, when I came across Postbox about a few weeks back, I decided to give it a shot to see if it eases the pain.
Gmail is in super duper update mode! Over the last week we’ve seen some awesome updates to the interface. Multi-select Uploads with Progress Bar You can now select more than one file in the same folder by hitting Ctrl key in Windows or Cmd in Mac OS X.
We reported earlier this week that you can now merge your contacts in Gmail. The same has been announced officially on the Gmail blog. Besides merging contacts, Suggested Contacts has been removed and this has been replaced by All Contacts.
The Gmail team has been very very busy this last month or so. First we had the Send and Archive button. Next came the ability to store email offline.
After Gmail Offline and the new Google Menu, Gmail is back with a new feature, viz. Multiple Inboxes. The multiple inboxes feature allows you to display more than one set of emails in your inbox.
Opened my Gmail today and was surprised to find a brand new menu at the top of my emails. Two new buttons have been added to the interface, viz. Move To and Labels.
When Gmail came out a few years ago extremely was very pleased with the brand new shiny email service that came up in competition with Yahoo! Mail and Hotmail. However, off late using Gmail has been a real pain.
The voluminous storage that Gmail offers you ensures that you never need to delete any email. Instead you can archive it and save it for your records. The usual process would be to reply to your email and then hit the archive button.