Now-a-days people are seeking easy ways to stay connected with each other. One of the best services to make it possible is email system. E – mail, electronic mail is invented to deliver the messages quickly, most probably in a second to any part of the world. In recent times, many email services are available for an internet user but Gmail is the one which topped the list. Gmail, being launched by it’s renowned parent Google is making many improvements to be user friendly in every aspect since April 1 st 2004. To use Gmail services one must login into google with desired username and password taken while signing up to Gmail.
Steps to login into Gmail
The recent statement from Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai states that 900 million active users are using Gmail services. Not only individuals but also many companies are attracted towards Gmail services. According to a survey conducted in 2014, report says that 60 percent of small and mid-sized US companies were using Gmail.com account. After the revolution of smart phones, almost 75% of Gmail users are accessing Gmail from smartphones. Android devices which are playing a prominent role in smart phone industry, had over 1 billion Gmail app installations from playstore, a Google app store service till May 2014.
It has a very negligible range of spam bounce with 0.05% of any wanted mail that ends in spam folder.
After gmail updated its free service gmail can be accessed in more than 40 languages, including mobile version.
Google categorises emails received to inbox into Primary, Social, Promotions, Updates and Forum tabs by default, this categorising of emails are introduces in 2013.
Gmail is the most secured free email services in the world with 2-steps verification by adding an extra layer of security to your.
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How to login to Gmail account.
- Open your preferred browser or any default browser, like opera, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, etc.
- Go to official website of Gmail by searching gmail in Google or by entering the link in addressbar http://mail.google.com
- A login page will open as shown in the image below
- Enter your credentials, i,e. username and password taken by you while signing up to Gmail.
If you are accessing your account from a public system, like internet shop or any other system other than your PC or laptop make sure you have unchecked “stay signed in”.
Tada! you are successfully logged into your Gmail account.
Note: 1. If you are getting any error message while u try to login, may be your username or password are incorrect. If you are confident with username click on forgot password and follow all the steps.
2. If you sense something fishy like being hacked, use an extra security layer by turning on 2-step verification. Which can help you keep your account safe even if your password is hijacked.
Warning: Don’t send any bulk emails, through wich google may identify you as a spammer and blocks you from sending any email.
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How to search through the emails received, faster.
One of the most frustrating jobs in the whole world is trying to find a single email from thousands of them. Google simplified it with search right in your inbox and if you are good with the keywords than you can find exactly what you are searching for as quickly as possible.
Let’s assume you want to get connected with your old friends from basketball team. Start typing a friend’s email address or keywords like basket ball, basketball team or your team’s name.
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Google, a search engine giant has introduced billions of search operators and search queries into Gmail which allows user to search easily. Here, we are going to discuss some of the search operators to trigger the search queries. Once, you master the art of searching, you can be more flexible and faster at searching and finding what you need. In Gmail account, there are few basic search operands or options for search( if you call them so) are available.
Now, we are going to look through advanced options or tags to search through your gmail inbox and find the appropriate results. I’d recommend you to bookmark this page, and keep checking if you have any doubts in near future.
First of all we will see the options or tags we have and then we will have a detailed explanation regarding their functionality while searching.
From , to, Subject, has, is unread, Before.
From – You could have identify its purpose by looking at the tag itself. Yes, you are right it is to search for the email from which you have received the email
syntax is “From:”
Example- From:firstname.lastname@example.org (you may replace this email id with any email id you want to search for)
To – This tag will work with sent folder, to search for emails sent by you to a particular email address/person.
Syntax is “To:”
Example – To:email@example.com(you may replace this email id with any email id you want to search for)
Subject – This tag will let you search for the keywords in the subject of emails, leaving body apart. Let us see how to fetch all the emails with a subject of basketball. you can also mix the above 2 tags with subject tag as shown in the below examples
Syntax is “Subject:”
Example – Subject:basketball
Has – This tag will allow you to search for the emails/messages with an attachment. Well if you get too many results with an attachment and you want it from a specific user you can mix “from” and “has” or you can mix “has” and “to” for sent attachments as shown in the below example.
Syntax is “has:”
Example – 1. has:attachment name,
2. has:attachment name from:firstname.lastname@example.org
3. has:attachment name to:email@example.com
Is unread – Yes, you are correct again, this will let you see the unread messages, messages you never read/opened in your inbox, you can make it more narrow by adding “from:” tag/filter.
Syntax is “is unread:”
Before – This will let you find the emails which were received or sent by you before a specific date. You can mix this with “from:” and “to:” tags/filters as we did with “has” and “subject”
Syntax is “before:”