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How to create an email signature in Gmail

Email signatures are basically how you sign off an email. Granted, your email and the contact information associated with it will tell your recipient who a message is from but there is plenty of other, useful information that can be added with a signature. Entering it all each time you …

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How to mute an email address in Gmail

Gmail has a feature that lets you mute an email thread or conversation. This allows you to disable notifications for emails that you’re a recipient of but that have nothing to do with you. The messages still arrive in your inbox and you can go read them whenever you want. …

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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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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 enable alerts for a sender in Gmail

Gmail does not send notifications for all emails that you get. If you’ve enabled tabbed inboxes in Gmail, you only get alerts for a message that arrives in the Primary inbox. This is normally really useful because it means you won’t get emails for social interactions i.e., every time someone …

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How to never Reply All by mistake again in Gmail

Emails can be addressed to multiple people either by adding them to the To field, or to the CC or BCC field. When you reply to an email, you don’t necessarily have to reply to everyone in the original email. You can remove people, or add them. Unfortunately, many people …

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