Gmail allows us to use hundreds of more themes and emoji

Google has updated its web-based email service “Gmail” with new emoji and more themes. It aimed at making the Gmail to feel just as personal and fun. Themes have been an important part of Gmail ever since Google launched them back in 2008. It allows you to personalize your inbox with fun backgrounds, and helping … Continue reading “Gmail allows us to use hundreds of more themes and emoji”

Google officially introduced “Undo Send” feature in Gmail

Google has tested the “Undo Send” feature since March 2009 as a popular feature in Gmail Labs, but now the company officially announced that the ‘Undo Send’ feature as a formal setting in Gmail on the web. ‘Undo Send’ feature allows people to cancel a sent mail if they have second thoughts immediately after sending. … Continue reading “Google officially introduced “Undo Send” feature in Gmail”

Google announced “Password Alert” Chrome extension protects you from phishing attacks

Google has announced “Password Alert”, a free, open-source Chrome extension that protects your Google Accounts from phishing attacks. Password Alert, which is now available in the Chrome Web Store, will warn you whenever you are about to reuse your Google password on a site that isn’t a Google sign-in page. According to Google, the most … Continue reading “Google announced “Password Alert” Chrome extension protects you from phishing attacks”

Gmail adds more “Quick Action Buttons”

Gmail has announced that it is adding more “Quick Action Buttons” to help the Gmail users to easily take necessary actions for the emails even without opening them. Gmail users can rate and review restaurants they ordered from on Seamless and even modify OpenTable reservations—all without opening an email. Google has published the below things … Continue reading “Gmail adds more “Quick Action Buttons””