5 Gmail Tricks you must Know

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Almost all internet users are acquainted with Gmail. It is one the most popular service of Google. It allows users to communicate with people all over the world. It comes with easy to use user interface. It’s user-friendly interface allows anyone to use this service without any difficulty. The most important thing is that you don’t need to spend any money to use this service. Anyone can use it for free of cost. Several tricks are there using which you can improve your Gmail experience. Below are some simple Gmail tricks you should know.

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1. Trick to undo an email sent accidentally

Have you ever wanted to undo an email sent accidentally? You may have faced a situation in which you have sent an email accidentally, then you might be searching for a way to undo it. Now the good news is that you can do it easily. There is a simple way using which you can undo an email sent accidentally. For this you have to follow some simple steps. First, you have to select “Labs” after clicking on “Settings”. Then, you have to select “Save changes” after activating “Undo Send” option that is available under “Labs”. Again, you have to activate “Undo Send” option under “General”.

Trick to undo an email sent accidentally

That’s it. Now you will be able to see an “Undo” option after sending an email. It will allow you to undo an email sent accidentally.

2. Trick to figure out legit email

Sometimes you may have received spoof emails. If you are receiving these types of emails, then you must be searching for a way to figure out legit email. There is a way using which you can easily do it. For this, you have to select “Labs” after selecting “Settings”. Then, you have to activate “Authentication icon for verified senders”. It will allow you to figure out legit email.

Trick to figure out legit email

If you see a key symbol in the left side of the sender name, then it is a legit email. If you don’t see key symbol in the left side of the sender name, then it is a spoof email.

3. Trick to filter out unwanted email

If you are irritated of receiving unwanted emails, then you must be searching for a way to filter them out. You can do it easily by using some simple steps. Suppose you don’t want to receive unwanted emails from a specific company, then you have to add a “+” sign into your email id before giving it to them. If your email id is abc.xyz@gmail.com, then you have to modify it to abc.xyz+jkl@gmail.com. You can add anything after “+” sign.

Trick to filter out unwanted email

You have to click on the 1st email after receiving it from that company. Then, you have to choose “Filter messages like these” after selecting the “More” option. Now you have to write the modified email id (abc.xyz+jkl@gmail.com) in the “TO” box. Then, you have to select “Create filter with this search“. If you want to delete those emails, then you have to click “Create filter” after selecting “Delete it” option. In this way you can filter out unwanted email.

4. Trick to insert a picture directly into an email

You may have faced a situation in which you need to insert a picture directly into an email. The good news is that you can do it easily by using some simple steps. First, you have to select “Labs” after clicking on “Settings“. Then, you have to activate “Inserting Images” option. It will allow you to insert a picture directly into an email while composing it.

5. Trick to clean up your inbox

Trick to clean up your inbox

Have you ever wanted to clean up your inbox? Whenever we receive an email, it stays in the front page. If you are receiving lots of email, then you might be searching a way to clean up your inbox. For this, you have to choose “Send and Archive” after selecting “General“. It is available under “Settings“. Then, you have to select “Show Send and Archive button in reply“. It will provide an option to send and archive an email. In this way you can clean up your inbox.

It is expected that the above simple tricks will improve your Gmail experience. If you are facing any difficulty in using these tricks, then feel free to ask us in the comment section below. [Via: Buzzfeed]

Rudra

Rudra is an engineer and covers everything related to Apple. He keeps Techcular updated with latest Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Jailbreak articles.

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