- Emails organized into threads help you better follow a conversation.
- Filters that can pre-label, automatically trash, and send specific incoming emails to another email address.
- Gmail+ method helps you or others pre-label emails. An example: lets say you have “Education” as a label and want to email an interesting post from a website to yourself. In the “To:” field of the website form, you would type YOUREMAILADDRESS+Education@gmail.com, and the email will show up in the Education folder as well as your Inbox.
- Archive without deleting emails. Once archived, emails are out of your inbox but available in a search.
- The multi-labeling ability means you can find an email in more than one folder.
- Nesting labels helps you manage them.
- Color-coordinated labels makes them easier to group.
- Canned response capability saves time when you find yourself sending the same information over and over again.
- Gadgets let you customize your gmail account.
- The Tasks application helps you stay organized and will even import emails directly.
- Google Calendar access tab. I find this calendar system an awesome help. I feed multiple calendars to my website to help others find me online.
- Google Reader access tab. A feed reader accessable in one click from my email account is a tremendous benefit. UPDATE: Google Reader has been replaced with Feedly.
- Google Documents access tab. I use this feature to get files off my local computer. It’s possible to share files through Google Documents.
- The Pictures tab accesses my Picasa Web Albums.
Which of these features sounds interesting to you?
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