Gmail's next major update, due out by the end of September, will add formatting intelligence to messages. Text and images will automatically resize on mobile phones, laptops, and any other devices on which you consume emails.
The Inbox team has worked with Trello and GitHub to offer bundled emails with more information at a glance. Google Alerts will also show up in the new format, and you'll also now find Google Drive integration.
Switching up the photo associated with your Gmail account is often necessary, especially if you just received a makeover. Here's how to quickly swap it for another, along with directions for changing your Google Plus photo.
Now, adding Microsoft Exchange accounts in Gmail is no longer restricted to a handful of devices. Google has enabled support for all Android devices. The update is still rolling out in phases, so it may be a while until you can download it…
Keep putting off your reminders to go to the gym? Google wants to help nudge you to work on your directions with a new Goals feature in Google Calendar. The app will find a time to schedule goals in your calendar, and you can…
Gmail's annual April Fools' Day prank backfired when a joke Send + Drop Mic email button sent spinning minion images to all recipients. The company issued an apologetic update on the Official Gmail Blog.
Google is beefing up security inside Gmail, giving users much more prominent warnings when they could be a target of state-backed hacks, or when they're about to click on a link that will take them to a suspicious website.
Your time is precious, and should not be spent answering emails. Gmail understands this, and has now brought its game changing Smart Reply service to Inbox on the Web, but not yet to the main Gmail app.