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www.Gmail.com is a free, web-based email service, which is accessible from any Web browser anywhere in the world. Google first introduced Gmail in 2004 and limited test accounts were made available in 2005.
HOW TO CREATE GMAIL NEW ACCOUNT?
- Go to www.Gmail.com home page.
- Click on ‘create account’ button below the sign in box. The sign up form appear.
- To create a new Gmail account, you will need to enter some personal information, including: Name, Birth date and gender.
- You will have to select your Gmail account “Username”. This will be used to
- create your unique email address “email@example.com”. Some usernames may not be available if the username you chose is not available
- anymore. When this problem appears Gmail will suggest you, and you will have to choose a different Gmail account name; Google will also suggest you available name.
- Choose your password. Try to choose an unforgettable, but a secure password. Google may explain that you should try one with at least eight
- characters long to be secure. You will need to re-enter your password to ensure that you write it correctly.Fill “Your current email address” field, if you have an address associated
- with another email service provider. It is used for recovery if you forget and want to recover your password.
- You will also ask to insert a ‘Captcha’ code, a verification tool that ensures that is not a robot. Complete the ‘Captcha’. If you can’t read it, click the refresh button next to the text field to get another one, or click the speaker button. You can skip this step, but if you do it, you will need to verify your account via a mobile phone number you provide.
- Select your current location.
- Finally, click on “Next step” button and you will be asked to complete your user profile. It is up to you whether you want to do that or not.
- Now, finally your account is created. You can now send or receive mails and access all other services.
GMAIL INBOX APP:
Now a days we are receiving many emails only in an hour. The emails we received may be important or they may be couple of newsletters, retail promos and updates from any company. Because of this overflowing of emails occurs. To solve this problem Google has introduced Inbox by Gmail. It is available in all Android and IOS devices as well as on your desktop browser. This Inbox sorts all your emails which are not so important and only bugging you about the messages that are really important.
But there are few pros and cons with this Inbox. So, let us have a look on them.
- You can ignore and delete the messages which are not important.It sorts the emails in such a way that it is divided into seven categories: Purchases, Finance, Social, Updates, Forums, Promos and Low priority.
- You can ‘snooze’ the messages you would rather deal with it later. For suppose, if it was a weekend, you received an email. You can snooze the mail, it will disappear into snooze folder and appears to you until its appointed time.
- You can ‘pin’ the messages to your inbox. Some people don’t like the mails to be messed up. For them this is the better option. They can file the messages into sub folders or label them. Just tap the pin button at the top of a message to keep in to your inbox, even if you& have already added a label to the message.
- It let’s inbox remind you to respond to a message. Once you have pinned a message, just tap the ‘remember to’ field below the subject line, type whatever you want to enter. Among the options: call a contact, send an email, meet someone, check in at the airport, make a reservation or return a purchase. Also, Inbox may suggest you a reminder by scanning the content of the message. You can also check all your Inbox reminders by tapping the three line menu button in the top left corner of screen and selecting remainder. www.gmail.com
- You can change your mind after seeing a message. Whenever you send an email using Inbox, you will get 15 seconds or so after tapping the send button. After that you can just tap undo at the bottom of the screen so that that message goes to the outbox. www.gmail.com
- Inbox works only with Gmail. Since it is names ‘Inbox by Gmail’ it only works for all Gmail accounts. If you use Yahoo mail, iCloud, Outlook or any other accounts you will either have to go without Inbox or forward you messages to Gmail and then use them.
- There is no universal inbox. If you have multiple Gmail accounts, there is no universal inbox for all the accounts in Gmail mobile app. Instead you need to switch forth and back. www.gmail.com
- Inbox needs to be trained. Inbox does an impressive job of sorting your mails and shuffling messages into correct category. But at the beginning it will make a lot of mistakes. That means you&you find yourself dipping into various bundles to move sorted messages from one to another—say, a shopping receipt that winds up in the Low Priority bundle rather than in Purchases. The good news is that Inbox will keep track of any messages you move so it can remember for next time. But initially, at least, all the resorting and reshuffling may feel like more of a headache than it worth.
- You can’t mute message threads. We are sometimes annoyed with some messages, so you mute those messages. Once you mute a thread, it skip your inbox until you unmute it, or if one of the participants forwards a message in the thread only to you. It a great feature—and sadly, one that's (for now, anyway) missing from Inbox. The ability to mute conversations may well sneak into a future version of Inbox, but for now, you have to tolerate those messages.