Posts tagged Gmail
Give Dad a ring with free calling from Gmail in the U.S.

Posted by Michael Bolognino, Product Marketing Manager Today is Father’s Day in many countries around the world, so whether your dad lives across the street, across the country or across the ocean, it’s a good day to let him know you’re thinki...

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Faces of Gmail: Hareesh Nagarajan

Posted by Kathleen Chen, Consumer Operations In this edition of “Faces of Gmail,” we’ll introduce you to Hareesh Nagarajan who balances managing datacenters with improving his golf game.

What’s your role on the Gmail team? I am the tech lea...

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Our plans to support modern browsers across Google Apps

Posted by Venkat Panchapakesan, Vice President of Engineering (Cross-posted on the Google Enterprise Blog and the Google Docs Blog.)

For web applications to spring even farther ahead of traditional software, our teams need to make use of new capab...

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How to set up Gmail to power through hundreds of messages each day

Posted by Paul McDonald, Product Manager Gmail offers a ton of customization, and when you get hundreds of emails every day it’s crucial that you have it set up to process mail quickly and efficiently. Working on Gmail, I get asked all the time wh...

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Undo certain Gmail actions in your mobile browser

Posted by Bryan Logan, Software Engineer (Cross-posted from the Google Mobile blog)

Sometimes when I’m using Gmail on my phone, I delete a message by mistake or label it incorrectly. Sure I can fish the message out of my Trash or remove the label ...

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“Don't forget Bob” and “Got the wrong Bob?” graduate from Labs

Posted by Assaf Ben-David, Software Engineering Intern, Israel “Don’t forget Bob” and “Got the wrong Bob?” are two Gmail Labs features that help prevent you from making two common mistakes: forgetting to include someone on an email, and send...

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Fixing the little things

Posted by Sara Goetz, Consumer Experience SpecialistEver since I joined the Gmail team, my friends have been eager to tell me, "I love Gmail! Except for this one thing..." And every day, Gmail users share their "one thing" that would make Gmail better ...

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Introducing Gmail Motion

Posted by Paul McDonald, Product ManagerIn 1874 the QWERTY keyboard was invented. In 1963, the world was introduced to the mouse. Some 50 years later, we’ve seen the advent of microprocessors, high resolution webcams, and spatial tracking technology....

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Faces of Gmail: Manu Cornet

Posted by Kathleen Chen, Consumer OperationsI’m a big theater buff, and I always wonder about all the unseen people hard at work backstage, grabbing props, making sure the microphones work, and moving set pieces. Whether you’re into theater or not,...

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Priority Inbox in Gmail for mobile

Posted by Nathan Bullock, Software Engineer(Cross-posted from the Mobile blog)If you’ve ever cursed a phone’s tiny screen as utterly inadequate for sifting through an overflowing inbox you’ll be pleased to hear that the Gmail mobile web app now s...

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Desktop notifications for emails and chat messages

Posted by Andrew Wilson, Software EngineerMany of us are guilty of constantly switching back to Gmail to check for new messages. And if you’re like me, you’ve probably missed an important chat message because you weren’t looking at your Gmail win...

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Print from your phone with Gmail for mobile and Google Cloud Print

Posted by Tyler Odean, Google Cloud Print TeamLet’s say you need to print an important email attachment on your way to work so that it’s waiting for you when you walk in the door. With Gmail for mobile and Google Cloud Print — a service that ...

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Gmail web app for iPhone and Android in 44 more languages

Posted by David Yonge-Mallo, Software EngineerLast year, we launched a new mobile Gmail experience for iPhone and Android-powered devices. Since then, those of us who use Gmail in English could go to gmail.com from our mobile browsers and get most of t...

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