Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Tidbit ~ Turn Off Gmail's Conversation View

Gmail blog wrote today about the rolling out a new feature over the next few days pertaining to conversation threads (emails of the same topic are grouped together). You can now choose to receive your Gmail with or without conversation threads. For those of you who find the conversation threads annoying simply go to “Settings”, look for the “Conversation View” section, select “Conversation view off” and save the changes. This action will allow you to have individual emails each time even if they pertain to the same topic. If you decide you would like to receive your mail with conversation threads again, simply reverse the aforementioned actions.

Below are examples of mail with and without conversation threads taken from Gmail Blog.


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In His Service,
AvaByGrace

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Thursday, September 9, 2010

Tidbit ~ Gmail Priority Inbox (Beta)

Last week, Google launched Priority Inbox (Beta) to experimentally handle information overload in Gmail. Today, they are sharing five ways to use this feature more efficiently which are listed below. For complete details on incorporating these tips into your Gmail program visit the Gmail Blog at http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2010/09/5-tips-for-using-priority-inbox.html
  
Five tips for using Priority Inbox (Beta)
1.    Customize your sections
2.    Train the system
3.    See the best of your filtered messages
4.    Use filters to guarantee certain messages get marked important (or not)
5.    Archive unimportant messages quickly

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In His Service,
AvaByGrace

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