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6 Smart Gmail Tricks To Help You Get The Most Out Of It

Gmail has revolutionized the way we communicate and manage information via email. If you doubt it then it means that you are yet to exploit the extraordinary features of this email app to the fullest.

This article explores some of the outstanding Gmail features and tricks which make this tool a must have for anyone using email to communicate. The features discussed here will also help long time Gmail users to dig deeper and get the most out of this amazing service.

  1. Consolidate multiple email accounts into one Gmail account
    This is probably the most important reason why one should make the switch if he is using a different email service. With Gmail you don’t have to worry about checking your different email accounts. You can consolidate all the multiple inboxes into one Gmail account.

While the option to combine other email accounts into Gmail was always there, recently Gmail made the process a cakewalk by introducing the import option in the settings. It’s super easy now to use Gmail as your one stop email service.

Here is an old but still useful article from Lifehack on ways to use Gmail filters. If you are looking to learn more about labels then this article on regarding Gmail labels should help you.

Oh, and is also same as Awesome feature, isn’t it? This feature could be used in so many ways. Like in this article, the Digital Inspiration blog points out how you could use one email for multiple twitter accounts. That’s just one use. There could be many more such tricks. Get the picture?

There are a number of Labs tools you could enable. Here are my favorite picks.

Hope you like the tricks. If you know of some other cool ways to use Gmail, do share them in the comments.



Written on 9/11/2009 by Abhijeet Mukherjee. Abhijeet is an internet entrepreneur who loves writing about tech, productivity, blogging & making money online. Catch him at Jeet Blog and also subscribe to his weekly newsletter. Photo Credit: Gubatron
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