Free service Attachments.me makes short work of migrating your attachments to the cloud for safekeeping
Attachments.me, which lets Gmail users send attachments to and access files on several cloud storage services, now also works with Microsoft's SkyDrive.
Right Inbox blends into Gmail, letting you easily follow up on emails or schedule them for later sending. It doesn't do anything that's never been done before, but it does more (and more inexpensively) than anything else.
This ingenious browser plug-in teaches you what keys to press as you mouse-click around Gmail.
Tweak and customize Gmail to reduce clutter and increase utility with Gmelius.
This free Chrome extension offers the same basic features as a service that costs $50 per year. And it works with Yahoo, too.
This utility lets you read messages, complete with attachments, just as easily as if you were using your original email client.
Though still in early beta, this Chrome plug-in (coming soon for Firefox) has the makings of one of the handiest Gmail tools ever.
A tech journalist learned a tough lesson recently. But using two-factor log-ons help guard your Google, Facebook, and Twitter accounts from being hijacked.
While the new service is not likely to open doors to attacks, privacy concerns may worry some users enough that they'll opt out, expert says.