Google Contacts is designed to help any Google account holder with an easy way to manage their contact list, similar to other contact management tools. However, you may see some strange address records that show up. These are called “Other Contacts.” In this tutorial, I’ll explain what are “Other contacts” and what you can do with them.
Somedays, I want to scream when things break. This happened when I had to contact a vendor by email. A simple task where you click an email link, and it should open your default email application. Instead of getting Gmail to open in Chrome, I was staring at the Microsoft Store email app. I needed to find out why my email links were not opening in Chrome.
Gmail is an integral part of our lives. It has become a way to communicate with others, share ideas and collaborate on projects. However, one downside is that it can be time-consuming because you’re constantly switching screens between your email inbox and other apps. This tutorial will show the key Gmail shortcuts designed to help you be more efficient.
Have you ever noticed that some email programs keep email addresses forever? This can cause problems with Gmail’s auto-complete list or autofill. This happened to a friend who mistakenly sent an email to a colleague’s old email account. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to delete an email address from Gmail.
Gmail has become an integral part of our lives. It’s where we send emails, receive emails, organize our inboxes, and even manage our contacts. But did you know that you can also use Gmail to distribute email messages to multiple recipients at once? In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a distribution list in Gmail so you can easily send out mass emails to multiple people at once. (Includes Show Me Video.)