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How to edit the sidebar in Gmail for web

Gmail, like any other email service, has a web interface. It can be configured to work with any desktop email client but you will find that plenty of people like its web interface enough to stick to it. The Gmail web interface is pretty good; lots of rules and automation …

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40 The Witcher Netflix Series Wallpapers

The Witcher series by Netflix is determined to not tie itself to the games. The games were just as popular as the series itself but for whatever reason, Netflix is pretending they exist in a different universe. If you enjoyed the series and would like wallpapers from it, you’ll find …

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How to enable tab grouping in Chrome

Tab management has always been something of a challenge in browsers. Tabbed browsing itself is great and shortly after the feature appeared in popular browsers, it was clear that it wasn’t going anywhere. It is far too convenient a way to browse the internet even if managing a lot of …

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How to download a video from Twitter

Twitter is heavily text-based; most content is text but the platform does support images and videos as well as live broadcasting. A lot of video content is shared on Twitter and most of it can be found on other websites that offer better viewing e.g., YouTube. If you’d like to …

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How to install Chrome extensions in Chromium-based browsers

Chrome is Google’s popular web browser but it also has an open-source version called Chromium. Chromium isn’t just an open-source browser, it’s also used by other browsers as a rendering engine to build on. The most recent browser to convert to a Chromium base is Microsoft’s Edge but there are …

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How to add multiple GIFs to a tweet on Twitter

If you’re an active Twitter user, you might have noticed users sending Tweets with multiple GIFs in them. If you were to try and do it yourself though, you’d be met with Twitter’s one-GIF-per-Tweet limitation. Some users seem to think that this is a new feature that only iOS users …

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How to share the clipboard across Chrome browsers

Clipboards are a feature you can find on both desktops and smartphones. They’re basic and exceptionally useful for copying text as well as images and files. Often, users need to share text not just between apps on a single device but also between multiple devices. If you happen to use …

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How to disable Messages from Firefox on the new tab page

Firefox has a data syncing feature much like Chrome’s syncing feature. Unlike Chrome’s syncing feature, Firefox requires that you create a special account for it. You cannot just use the Gmail account or any other account to sync your Firefox data across devices. Not a lot of people use Firefox …

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How to send emails as attachments in Gmail

Gmail is rolling out a new feature for G Suite users; the ability to send multiple emails as attachments in an email. This new feature will not roll out to ordinary Gmail users but the new feature is actually just an improved, more convenient way to send multiple emails as …

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How to import bookmarks from a text file to a browser

Browsers have their own built-in tools for importing and exporting bookmarks. Often, you can import bookmarks directly from a browser without needing to export them first. The browsers tend to play nice with each other but if you happen to have a long list of links in a simple text …

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