If you lose your Android mobile phone or tablet, you can use Google Android Device Manager to: Set up Android Device Manager After you log in with a Google Account, Google Android Device Manager is automatically on. You can turn it off or on. Step 1: How make sure Android Device Manager is on Open your mobile device’s Settings app. Click under “Personal,” and press Google. […]
Your G Drive storage limit is shared across Google Drive, Google email, and Google images or photos. First you should see what takes up your Google Drive space. What uses my Google drive storage space? Google Drive : Maximum files in your “My Drive,” including PDFs, Photos, videos, and items in your Trash folder. Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, and Sites do not use your […]
If you have multiple accounts, you can check them in Gmail. You can choose from the following options: Get all emails (old and new): Select this option if you still use another email address, including another Gmail address. There might be a short delay in showing new emails. Get only old emails: Choose this option if you recently switched to Google email from another provider. […]
When you star mails in Google email, you mark them as important. This helps you remember to look at them later when you required. Star an email Sign in Gmail. From your Gmail inbox, go to the left of the email, and then click Star icon. If the email is open, click More > Add Star icon. If you have multiple stared emails, keep clicking […]
To begin downloading and purchasing things on the Google Play Store application, you need to add a Google Account on your mobile device. You can follow the steps below to add multiple accounts to your device.
When you delete an email message, it stays in your Trash box for 30 days. After 30 days, it will be permanently deleted from your email account and can’t be recovered again.
You can turn on email notifications to get alerts on your mobile device or computer when you get new email (massages). How to turn notifications on or off? You can get email notifications on browser like as Google Chrome, Firefox, or Safari when you’re login in to Gmail and have it open in your browser. Note: You won’t see any notifications if you turned off […]
If you’re getting unnecessary email and you don’t want in your email inbox, you can block or unsubscribe from the email sender, or report the email to Gmail. Note: If someone uses Google email to harass or threaten you, they’re violating Gmail’s Policies. If you feel that you’re in risk, contact your local authorities right now, and ask whether any cyber harassment laws apply to your situation. […]
Emails in your inbox are sorted into categories, just like as Primary, Social, Promotions, Updates, and Forums and any new created by you according to your requirement. Categories help you sort your massages, so you don’t see all of them at one time. When you open your Gmail inbox, you’ll see your Primary email tab first. Step 1: Choose your Gmail inbox style Sign in […]
Downloading options Download an attachment to your computer Sign in Gmail. Now open an email message. Hover your mouse over the given thumbnail, then click Download button. Your browser saves attachments you’ve downloaded in a download folder or on the location you have set. Download to Google Drive Note: Some email attachments can be seen or shared, but not saved to Google Drive. Sign […]