Posts Tagged ‘Gmail’

Google Meet has landed in the Gmail app for the iPhone and Android, and it’s impossible to miss it. Here is everything you need to now.

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CNBC has shared a new report in which it points out that Google tracks purchases via its Gmail service. Any email invoices or receipts that arrive in Gmail accounts are picked up by Google, giving it an overall impression of the things you’re buying, and when.

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Google said last year that it was not going to scan users’ personal emails for advertising purposes, which is great news. The not-so-great news is that this doesn’t extend as far as third-parties.

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Here’s how you can manually enable the new and the latest Gmail for web interface in no time right in your web browser of choice.

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Google finally refreshes Gmail for web and mobile with major amendments. Here’s everything you need to know.

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While Gmail users have been able to send money through the desktop site and Google Wallet for some time now, Google has today announced that they can now do the same using Gmail for Android.

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If you’re a Gmail, Hotmail, or Yahoo user, you may want to change your password right now. A huge stash of hacked account credentials has been discovered being traded on web forums. Here’s what you should know.

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Here’s how to get, setup and use a USB Security Key with your Google Account for two-step verification. Security Keys use cryptography instead of standard verification codes which make them more secure for logging in, and they work without needing a data connection or battery, best of all, you can carry them easily wherever you go.

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Here’s how to get desktop notifications for Gmail in Mac OS X without using Apple’s stock Mail app. Useful for those who use Gmail web app but want notifications to be delivered on desktop even when the web app and the web browser are not in use.

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Here’s how you can send self-destructing email messages in Gmail using a third-party Chrome extension called Dmail.

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Here’s how you can undo / unsend an email message in Gmail using the native ‘Undo Send’ feature. More details and step-by-step guide on how to use it can be found right here.

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Google’s Gmail app for iOS has been updated today, bringing with it a host of new iOS 8-based features. More details and download link can be found right here after the break.

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