Posts Tagged ‘Gmail’

When I logged into Gmail this morning I finally saw what I really wanted to see yesterday afternoon – “Buzz”.  It was right where everyone said it would be, under my inbox tab. After spending a few hours poking around and (unsuccessfully) searching for some help topics on exactly who can see what, I think […]

I finally got around to checking out Google Search integration with Gmail today and it turned out to be more useful than I had anticipated. You see, I’m getting ready for my Mom to come visit me in San Francisco this weekend and now, instead of copying and pasting numerous Google search results of places […]

A few days ago Gmail released a new feature in “Labs” called multiple inboxes.  It’s a handy way to see not only a preview of your inbox when you log into your Gmail account, but to also see a preview of certain emails that you apply labels to. In order to use multiple inboxes, you […]

A few months ago I noticed a new icon in my Gmail account .  Upon clicking on it, I was brought to Gmail Labs, where new Gmail features are being tested. I played around with some of the features for a while but never really looked into them to see how they could really make […]

Remember The Milk, a task management and organization tool, is now available to use in Gmail.  First, you need to install it and then your Gmail account will have a “tasks pane” on the right hand side, next to your inbox.  You can add tasks right in Gmail and  and even add emails and Gmail […]

Many people make a New Years resolution to “finally get organized!”. Well, since it is 2008, I’ll assume a lot of that talk being thrown around is about organizing your online life as well as your physical one. What better way to start then to clean up your email. Seriously, mine is a mess. It […]

SmarterChild has become a nice little addition to my buddies list on AIM and now, Gmail. No he’s not human, he’s a bot, but he knows a lot more than most of my human friends. All you need to do is add SmarterChild to your buddies list on AIM, MSN Messenger, or ICQ. If you […]