Posts Tagged ‘Gmail’

If you’re finding that you’re GMail app on Android keeps getting auto sync disabled I might have the answer to your problem. Since the very latest version you can download updates to GMail directly from the Android Market; this is to reduce fragmentation by allowing integral Android components to be updated across all phones regardless […]


…items of interest include long press in GMail to copy text if you’re on Gingerbread (finally something is being done about the sorry state of the Copy Pasta), it also now allows the sync’ing of custom coloured labels.


Looks like you can nowdelegate access to your Gmail account like corporate email. I can’t think of any other webmail services that allow this.


According to BGR this brings priority inbox and changes to the messages actions menu. I’m hoping they’ve made copy and paste a bit better but I’ll update once I’ve installed. UPDATE: *sigh* no, copy and paste is still ridiculous.


*Get to Google Chrome Dev Build’s experimental features quicker: Normally you have to add flags to your Chrome shortcut to enable things like hardware acceleration in the dev build, now Google let you get to these experimental features by typing the following in the address bar about:labs *Add sound notifications to Google Calendar: Go to the […]


There’s a new Chrome extension called Graph Your Inbox that allows you to visualise search terms in your GMail inbox over time.  Due to GMail’s emphasis on archiving rather than deleting emails this might come in handy if you’re trying to figure out how you’ve been using your emails and analysing conversations. Google Operating System […]


Just seen this fantastic hack for GMail from Kevin Rose, creator of Digg: “#2: (Gmail only) Keep the spam out.  If you’re giving your address to a potentially shady website, tack on +spam to the end, example: yourname+spam@gmail.com. You can then filter those emails into a spam folder you check periodically. (ProTip: the +spam is […]