Gmail

Gmail is a free (gratis), advertising-supported email service provided by Google. Users may access Gmail as secure webmail, as well as via POP3 or IMAP4 protocols. Gmail initially started as an invitation-only beta release on April 1, 2004 and it became available to the general public on February 7, 2007, though still in beta status at that time. The service was upgraded from beta status on July 7, 2009, along with the rest of the Google Apps suite.With an initial storage capacity offer of 1 GB per user, Gmail significantly increased the webmail standard for free storage from the 2 to 4 MB its competitors such as Hotmail offered at that time.
Posts about Gmail
  • Track projects with G Suite and Asana

    … projects from start to finish. Asana is a project management tool that helps teams plan, manage and track work, and is a part of the Recommended for G Suite program. With these two tools, your organization can: Create tasks in Asana directly from Gmail Add files directly from Google Drive to tasks in Asana Keep track of deadlines…

    The Official Google Blog- 18 readers -
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  • Track projects with G Suite and Asana

    … projects from start to finish. Asana is a project management tool that helps teams plan, manage and track work, and is a part of the Recommended for G Suite program. With these two tools, your organization can: Create tasks in Asana directly from Gmail Add files directly from Google Drive to tasks in Asana Keep track of deadlines…

    The Official Google Blog- 20 readers -
  • Four signs you’re wasting time at work and how G Suite can help

    …. 1. You’ve spent more time emailing co-workers than you have actually working The average worker spends an estimated 13 hours per week writing emails—nearly two full work days. Luckily, you can cut back on time spent replying to emails with Smart Reply in Gmail. Smart Reply uses machine learning to generate quick, natural language responses…

    The Official Google Blogin How To's- 30 readers -
  • Keeping your company data safe with new security updates to Gmail

    … Keeping company data secure is priority one, and that starts with protecting the tools that your employees use every day. We’re constantly adding security features to help businesses stay ahead of potential threats, and are excited to announce new security features for Gmail customers, including early phishing detection using machine learning…

    The Official Google Blog- 27 readers -
  • Build with G Suite

    … popular third-party apps) and producing polished template-based presentations in a fraction of the time. Leverage the Gmail API to access and organize your Gmail inbox. You can program your application to read and send messages, create filters to automatically label, forward and archive messages, or even update vacation responders. Finally…

    The Official Google Blog- 20 readers -
    Earlier about the same topic:
  • Build with G Suite

    … popular third-party apps) and producing polished template-based presentations in a fraction of the time. Leverage the Gmail API to access and organize your Gmail inbox. You can program your application to read and send messages, create filters to automatically label, forward and archive messages, or even update vacation responders. Finally…

    The Official Google Blog- 21 readers -
  • Save time with Smart Reply in Gmail

    … It’s pretty easy to read your emails while you’re on the go, but responding to those emails takes effort. Smart Reply, available in Inbox by Gmail and Allo, saves you time by suggesting quick responses to your messages. The feature already drives 12 percent of replies in Inbox on mobile. And starting today, Smart Reply is coming to Gmail…

    The Official Google Blog- 16 readers -
  • The History of Email and Email Design

    … 44 years ago, Raymond Tomlinson was working on ARPANET (the U.S. Government’s precursor to the publicly available Internet), and invented email. It was a pretty big deal because up until that point, messages could only be sent and read on the same computer. This allowed a user and a destination separated by the & symbol. When he showed…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin EMail- 23 readers -
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