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Review: Gmail Notifier Pro offers notifications and a whole lot more

Gmail Notifier Pro offers desktop alerts when you have new emails, social network updates, calendar items, and more. It also works as an email client, but lacks refinements in that department.

Gmail's 'Users can't expect privacy' furor: Much ado about nothing new

Did Google just say that users can't legitimately expect privacy when using Gmail? Sort of, but not really.

Google retires the classic Gmail composition interface: How to make the new one more usable

The Gmail composition interface you've used for years is officially gone, but fear not! You don't have to stare at a small box in the corner forever.

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How to get a full-screen Gmail compose window every time

Like Gmail's new front-and-center mail-composition window? Here's how to make it the default setting.

Disable Gmail's inbox sorting

Don't like how Gmail is putting your emails into categories like social, promotions or updates? It's an easy feature to disable.

Tech Tip: Disabling Gmail's inbox sorting

Don't like how Gmail is putting your emails into categories like social, promotions or updates? It's an easy feature to disable.

How to enable or disable Gmail's new tabs

This cool new feature can auto-file certain messages into categorical tabs. Learn to make the most of it.

How to delete or move a lot of Gmail messages

MLStrand56 had a Gmail question for the Answer Line forum: How does one archive or delete every email from a particular sender--or that matches some other criteria?

Chrome rich notifications go live for all Windows users; good luck using them

The upgraded notifications should send interactive pop-ups to your desktop, but we couldn't get them to work.

Phone calls return to Gmail thanks to a Hangouts upgrade

Google Voice users bummed by the lack of call features in Hangouts have cause to rejoice.

MIT researchers immerse you in your Gmail data

A new visual data program called Immersion from the MIT Media Lab invites users to hand over their Gmail address and password in exchange for seeing how they really use the Google messaging system.

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