Five new Gmail features

Gmail keeps getting and better. And in an attempt to try and drive even more people away from using dedicated e-mail programs, they decided to include new features. Some are more useful than others, but they’re all welcome.

Reply on top
No more scrolling to the bottom of a long message to find the â??Replyâ? link. Now there’s a Reply button right on top, along with a lot of other options under the little dropdown arrow.
Embarassment-reducing new message notifications
Ever replied to a message only to find out that someone sent a better, smarter reply right before you? Now, if someone sends a reply while you’re in the middle of reading a conversation (or replying to it), you’ll get a notification that a new message has arrived. Click “update conversation” to see what youâ??ve missed.

Forward all

When viewing a conversation, use the new â??Forward allâ? link on the right if you want to forward the entire conversation instead of just one message.

Chat even when your friends are offline
Chatting in Gmail just keeps getting better. Now, if you’re chatting with a friend who goes offline, your friend will be able to see whatever you were typing the next time he or she goes online.


Get Gmail on your mobile phone
It’s new and it’s fast. To try it for yourself, point your phone to gmail.com/app

All this and 2783 (and still growing) Megabytes of mail space, who needs another mail client? Or another mail account, as a matter of fact!

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