Posts tagged gmail
After completely redesigning its search engine, and launching an all new social network, Google+, Google is also testing a new redesign for Gmail, its incredibly popular email client. The all new design now appears similar to the redesigned Google.com, and features a neat and attractive look. There is now much more white space between consecutive emails, and the order in which icons are arranged looks much more intimate. Read More
I am obssesed with email, and love the way iOS handles emails. Having recently switched to Android, the whole process is simply so complicated, and there isn’t any universal App that can handle emails from different accounts. Read More
Google is making the two extremely handy Google Labs features, “Don’t forget Bob” and “Got the wrong Bob” available to every Gmail user starting from today. “Don’t forget Bob” suggests contacts that you email frequently, and asks you every time you are entering information in the To field if you want to include that person or not. On the other hand, Got the wrong Bob identifies duplicate contacts and prevent you from sending emails to the wrong contact. Read More
Just like Microsoft did some remarkable stuff with Kinect, Google plans to do something with Gmail. Today, the company announced a new Gmail feature that will change the way you operate your email. As the mouse and keyboard are old, Gmail wants you to use your body to control your Gmail account. Read More
A new labs feature called Smart Labels has been released today that automatically categorizes your incoming email into groups like “bulk”, “forums”, etc. All mails that are newsletter or informational type are categorized under “Bulk”, while mails containing important information like card statements, tickets etc are automatically categorized under “Notifications”.
When Google started offering free voice calls in Gmail via Google Voice, people were really excited. In a holiday spirit, Google today announced that it would allow its users to make free calls through all of 2011. Awesome.