You can use dark mode with Gmail on desktop and mobile - but how you set it up depends on what device you're using.
You can change your Gmail password on iPhone using the Gmail app, on Android using the Settings app, or on your computer via your Google account.
You can change your email signature on an Android device in just a few steps, whether you use the standard Email app or the Gmail app. To change your signature, open your email app and go to Settings. Then choose your email account and find the option to edit the […]
You can make Gmail display in dark mode on your iPhone by changing your device settings, or by changing the Gmail app’s “Theme.” If you change your entire iPhone to dark mode, every compatible app will turn dark as well. The Gmail app’s Themes menu used to be exclusive to […]
You can easily tab in Gmail to indent a line with a keyboard shortcut. The process is entirely different, however, on a mobile device – you’ll have to use the Google Docs app to get around the lack of a built-in keyboard shortcut option. Here’s what you’ll need to do […]
In Gmail, “Bcc” stands for “blind carbon copy,” and lets you email a group of people without revealing who the email was sent to. The “Bcc” option is one of three sending options in Gmail, accompanied by “To” and “Cc.” Each of these options comes with its own amount of […]
Your Spam folder in Gmail is kept separate from all your other inboxes, and may even be hidden at first, depending on which app you use. If you’re using Gmail on your desktop, you’ll have to click the “More” option to find your Spam folder. In the mobile Gmail app, […]
Gmail addresses are not case sensitive, meaning the email service doesn’t distinguish between versions of the address with or without capitalised letters, so long as the spelling is the same. Similarly, Gmail addresses will still function if you add dots within the username portion of the address. Here’s what else […]
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