Tag Archives: Gmail

Google G-Suite Tips and Tricks

As I’m preparing to assist with Google-focused professional development for staff here at the ESC, I wanted to share more broadly some tips and tricks for working more efficiently and effectively within the Google G-Suite, including Drive, Docs, Sheets, Forms, Calendar, and other apps.  Some of the resources below are mine and some are from elsewhere; I hope that some of these tips are helpful to you! Read More »

Extending Gmail with Google Labs

Gmail offers a number of features that allow you to customize your experience, and I’ve blogged about some of those already – such as opens in a new windowadding a preview pane (like Outlook) and opens in a new windowcreating rules to filter incoming messages – but I haven’t yet written about the wonder that is (are?) Gmail Labs.  

What are Gmail Labs? 

Have you ever wanted to be able to automate replies that you send on a regular basis?  Automatically filter out bulk emails?  Add your calendar to your Gmail interface?  These and many more features are available within Gmail Labs, and can be enabled for any ICCSD account.   Read More »

Google Services Restored

Google is reporting all services are functioning normally after the brief outage this morning. If you are still having problems with any of the Google services, please submit a KACE ticket or contact the Help Desk.

Add a Preview Pane in Gmail

Those of you who have been used to Microsoft Outlook may miss the ability to preview emails without having to fully open them.  This short video shows a simple process (~ 1 minute to complete) to add a preview pane to your Gmail web interface.  For step-by-step instructions, look below the video.  

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Creating Filters (Rules) in Gmail

This video (below) shows the process for creating filters (rules) within Gmail.  These filters allow you to automatically apply labels (folders) to messages, delete messages, and perform other actions based upon the message sender or content.  

Check below the video for written instructions.  

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