Inbox by Gmail has finally been opened up for all Gmail users, along with getting a bunch of much needed updated and features. It was already rolling out to selected Google Apps for Work users via early adopter program but the opening up to public means that Inbox is finally a product worthy of daily usage, as considered by Google.
Google has announced the roll out of a new Google Contacts Preview with material design, new contact cards and recent conversations view across email and hangouts.
Inbox by Gmail has started rolling out for select Google Apps for Work accounts. Find out how you can enable Inbox by Gmail for your Google Apps accounts (free and work edition).
Google has been really beefing up their cloud offerings ever since the introduction of Google Drive. Not only did they unify the storage space for different Google services with Gmail, they also allowed attachments to be shared via Drive. The integration takes one huge step further now, with attachment saving and viewing coming right within Gmail, using the power of Google Drive.
Google has started rolling out a new compose and replies experience for Gmail users. With the new interface, whenever you click on the Compose button, instead of opening a new interface for composing emails in the messages list view, a popup similar to chat opens to let you write out emails. It contains normal functionality such as adding delivery email addresses and cc/bcc address, subject, email …
Being a power user of Gmail, it always used to interest me as to how I’m using Gmail – what are the statistics apart from the space usage that’s always shown in Gmail. Recently, I stumbled upon this cool script in Google Docs scripts gallery that shows you details on how many conversations you’ve had in a month, how many emails have been sent and …