Chances are, you likely get more emails than you know what to do with. Check out our guide on how to add and remove tabs in Gmail — as well as implement labels — so you can better organize and sort messages with ease.
Google has a new kind of email app called Inbox. Previously only for certain phones and the Chrome browser, it's now available for iOS and Android tablets, plus other web browsers. The app makes organizing your email a breeze, but has a few quirks.
Everyone needs a vacation, but unfortunately, it's harder to unplug now than ever before. Check out our guide on how to turn on Gmail's auto-replying vacation reminder, so you can spend less time rummaging through your inbox and more time enjoying yourself.
Want to jazz up your favorite online email client? Check out our guide on how change your Gmail inbox theme, endowing your messages with rolling shots of the country or one of many user-submitted photos.
Switching up your Gmail account pic may be necessary, especially if you just got a brand new makeover. Pulling it off isn't the simplest thing to do, however. We show you what to do with this guide.
You might not know it, but that sound you hear every time you get a message in Google Hangouts can be turned off. Here's how.
Check out this brief guide where we show you how to send email from different accounts using Gmail.
Definitely a shift away from promoting Google+ usage, the search company has removed the mandatory requirement of setting up a new Google+ account when signing up for a Gmail account.
Google last week introduced non-Latin support for Gmail. However, soon after the feature was introduced, scammers found a way to use it to their advantage. The Web giant said Tuesday it's now improved its spam filters to deal with the issue.
Google is making it much easier to un-subscribe from annoying, unwanted email lists. Learn more here.
If you have unsavory and/or illegal stuff in your Gmail account, Google just might give the cops a heads up. Recently, the tech giant alerted police to a case of child pornography in a Gmail account.
If you've ever sent an email to the wrong person by mistake, it's unlikely you've trotted off to court in the hope of securing an order from a judge to get that email deleted. Goldman Sachs, fearing a privacy breach, has done just that.