If you ever put a password for a new colleague or other sensitive information in the mail, the confidential mode in Gmail is a great solution. You activate it by clicking on the icon of a lock with a clock at the bottom of your mail window.This mode allows you to set an expiration date for your email. After the expiry date, the content of the message can no longer be read. If you’re afraid of snoopers, you can also require an SMS passcode. The recipient can only read the message after entering the code.Good to know: Emails sent from confidential mode cannot be forwarded, copied, printed or downloaded by the recipient. This message will also appear at the bottom of the email. Unfortunately, a screenshot of the content cannot be Guam Email List prevented.
10. Add stars
Let’s go back to the ‘labeling’ category for a moment. Under your general settings you can also indicate which stars you want to use in your inbox and in what order. You do that by dragging them.You can then click the star for an email in your Gmail inbox. Based on the preferences above, the Guam Email List first click will mark the message with a yellow star, the second click with a red star, and so on. You can give ‘meaning’ to the stars themselves. A red star could indicate high urgency, the green check mark can be used for completed mails and the orange arrows for mails that you have to follow up, etcetera. You can then find all messages with the same star or symbol via the search function by searching for ‘has: yellow-star’, ‘has:green-check’ or ‘has:orange-guillemet’.
Create Contact Groups
If you often email the same group of colleagues, doGuam Email List you type in the recipients one by one? I did until recently. A waste of my time and also prone to errors. What if I forget someone?By creating contact groups you can select the entire group at once. Useful! To do this, go from Gmail to Contacts (top right under Google apps) and select the people for your group under Contacts or Regular contacts. Then click on the label icon at the top and ‘Create label’.