Gmail doesn’t have built-in feature to know if recipient read your email or not but it’s still possible by adding a simple add-on in your Gmail account known as Mailtrack. Add-ons are the customized extensions to extend the functionality of G-Suite applications such as Gmail.
This is a good habit of mostly all the tech giants to make changes in their products and services over the time. Whether it’s WhatsApp, Facebook or any email service provider such as Gmail, we often hear about some new and interesting features.
Generally, most of us use Gmail to send and receive limited number of emails. Actually, there’s a limit of sending emails in Gmail as well as G Suite (formally known as Google Apps).
Organisations and freelance workers alike are often met with the difficulty of organizing email correspondence. Default Gmail features do not include the ever-so-useful possibilities to know whether your message has been read, or the ability to send your drafted email at a set date and time.
It’s honestly very hard to land your emails to subscriber’s Primary tab of Gmail instead of Promotions tab. This is one of the biggest problems occurred among email marketers after Google launched its tabbed inbox feature. This new inbox has some different tabs such as Primary, Social, Promotions, Updates etc.
You would be noticed that till now I was using my personal email (email@example.com) for business purpose too because I didn’t create any email address on my own domain but recently I was signed up with Google Apps for Work to setup a business email (firstname.lastname@example.org) on my own domain, but had a very shocking […]
Are you annoyed of the promotional or unwanted emails in your Gmail, Yahoo or other inbox that are basically sent to a group of people? Actually, whenever you test any online service by logging into the website, they keep your email address and start sending some promotional emails about their products in your inbox.
In one of my previous posts, I discussed about how to email and print the WhatsApp chat conversation. Today, with the similar niche I’m going to tell you how can you print out your text messages or any SMS conversation through your Android phone.