Google started rolling out its new user interface for Gmail late last year. Not everybody is in love with it, of course, so it doesn't come as a surprise that a little cottage industry of Gmail enhancement tools has cropped up over the last few months. Google will soon migrate even those users who have, until now, resisted this change to the new version. Even if you hate the new Gmail design, though, you can reclaim some of your sanity - and screen estate - with a browser extension like Gmelius, which came out of beta today.
Google is rolling out a new compose window for Gmail users, and you can get your hands on it now. Instead of opening a new, full-page form for a blank message, Gmail will now pop up the message compose window over your inbox, like a... Read Post
Google is rolling out a new feature called Priority Inbox for those of us who suffer from e-mail overload.The feature will pop up as an option for Gmail and Google Apps users starting Tuesday. Priority Inbox divides your inbox into ... Read Post
If you use Gmail, you probably noticed that your Inbox looks a little different lately. Google recently rolled out a new interface that sorts your inbox’s messages into different tabs. You can still keep all of your important e-mail... Read Post