Gmail Features

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Many email addresses always have full stops at the end, but did you know that Gmail doesn't read full stops in your email addresses? As for Gmail, it is the same as and What does it mean then? In fact, you have more email addresses than you think.

For example, if you want to sign up for a free trial, you can use any of the above versions, and they will all work. This also means that if someone types in your email address with too many or too few dots, you will still receive the message.


Did you know that if you act fast enough, you can get back already sent emails? If you've been paying attention while sending an email, you may have noticed the big "UNDO SEND" button in the list of sent messages. It's no surprise that this feature prevents your email from going out. The hidden feature is that you can set how long that button will be there before it disappears, and you can no longer read the message.

Gmail Features

When you turn on the Reading Pane, your inbox is split into two. On the one hand, a list of your emails will be shown; On the other hand, the email you clicked on will be shown. You can also choose where the reading pane will appear. It can be on the right side or bottom of the inbox. Yes, the Reading pane in Microsoft Outlook makes it easy to fast forward through emails, but Gmail has only one feature. To turn it on, go to Gmail Labs and click the “Cog” button, then click “Settings,” “Labs,” “Preview Pane,” “Enable,” and “Save Changes.”

Turn Off Group Emails To Avoid Distractions

We have all gone there. When an email is sent to the whole group, everyone keeps pressing “reply all” which keeps your inbox buzzing. You need to deal with notifications that drag you away from your work, and Gmail can help. If you want to read these emails later, but don't want to be bothered by the constant back and forth, you can mute the email thread. Simply open Messages, click “More” in the top bar and select “Mute”. That's all there is to it. Now in this conversation, you will get every new message, but you will not get any alert about it.

Activate The Reading Pane

With Gmail's Reading Pane feature, you can read your emails without having to click on each one and go back to your inbox every time. When you enable the Reading Pane, your inbox is split into two sections. One side displays your inbox list, while the other displays the contents of the email you clicked on. You can also specify where the reading pane appears. It can be at the top or bottom of the inbox.

Schedule An Email At Any Time

All emails are sent as soon as you click on the send button. Gmail, on the other hand, allows you to schedule your emails to be sent later. With email scheduling, you can specify a future date or time for Gmail to send your email. However, this feature is limited in that you can only schedule one email at a time. When working outside of your shift, this feature is extremely useful. You can avoid your boss knowing that you sometimes work after hours. If you don't want to bother your customers after hours, scheduling your emails for the next business day is a good option.