Do you know? How to use Gmail offline.
You can read, respond to, and search your Google emails, when you aren’t connected to the net or you are on offline mode just by installing the Gmail Offline app for Chrome.
How to Install Gmail Offline
When you install email Offline, your emails will sync with your web browser’s storage on the device you’re using. If you’re using a public or shared computer, don’t install Google email Offline because others who use the computer could see your emails.
- Visit the Google email Offline web page in the Google Chrome Web Store.
- Now click Add to Chrome > Add app.
- In Chrome, visit chrome and then //apps/.
- Click Gmail offline mode (Icon).
- Now click to Allow offline mail > Continue.
After the app is installed on your device, your email messages will start syncing. If you close Google Chrome while your messages are syncing, sync will stop.
Use Google email Offline
Any emails you write, archive, label, or delete while you’re in offline mode will be sent or moved when you connect to the Internet.
- When you’re not connected to the internet, visit chrome: //apps/.
- Click Google email Offline.
Note: You can only add attachments of up to 5 MB for a single attachment, and 25 megabytes (MB) total for a single email.
Choose how many emails get synced
By default, Google email Offline syncs the last 7 days of emails, and anything in your Starred or Drafts folders. Emails in Trash or Spam folder are never synced.
To sync emails from more than 7 days ago:
- Go to chrome: //apps/.
- Now Click Gmail Offline.
- In the top right corner of the, click Settings (gear icon).
- Next to “Download email from past,” tab select Week, 2 weeks, or Month.
- In the top right of the page, click Apply.
Uninstall Google email Offline
How to Remove your offline data
- Open Google Chrome and go to chrome://settings/cookies tab.
- Click on the search box and type mail.google.com.
- Click at Remove all shown button.
- Now Click on Done.