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What’s new in Gmail?

Posted on: November 4, 2008

 

15 new Labs features to try out

From the useful to the playful, there’s a whole lot more to play with in Gmail Labs, our testing ground for experimental features. Here’s a taste of what’s new since Labs first launched:

  • Google Calendar and Docs gadgets
  • A forgotten attachment detector
  • Advanced IMAP controls
  • Canned responses to save and send common replies automatically

Turn on these and more from the Labs tab under Settings, and don’t forget to let us know what you think. Learn more

Gmail on Android

Gmail is now available on the world’s first Android-powered phone, the T-Mobile G1. All of the features you love about Gmail on your computer, plus real time push email so you never need to refresh your inbox. Learn more

Emoticons – they’re not just for chat anymore

Express yourself with emoticons from to or even . Click the button when composing a message in "Rich formatting" mode, or choose the new emoticons tab in chat, and express yourself to your ‘s desire. Learn more

Gmail for mobile 2.0

Save multiple mobile drafts, compose and read recent email offline, use new shortcut keys and more. Download Gmail for mobile 2.0 for your BlackBerry or J2ME phone by going to m.google.com/mail in your mobile browser.

 

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4 Responses to "What’s new in Gmail?"

mm, that’s cooll

i think i must try Gmail

i think i must try Gmail

That’s so cool. Gmail is soooo cooool and at the same time it’s sooo useful.

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