Posted by Brad Taylor, Gmail Spam Czar We're always looking for new ways to protect Gmail inboxes from spam and phishing.
Posted by Cristelle Blackford, Online Operations Strategist Even the best of us forget our passwords from time to time.
Posted by Keith Coleman, Gmail Product Director We get asked all the time why Google keeps its products in beta for so long. And Gmail, five years after launch, is consistently a subject of this questioning, even of jokes
Posted by Damian Gajda, Software Engineer A few months ago Gmail got some new buttons and keyboard shortcuts to make labeling easier, especially for those of you accustomed to that familiar folder feel. Now we're making some more changes to Gmail's labeling toolkit. 1) New location for labels You'll notice your labels in a new location on the left of your inbox (or on the right, for those of you using the Arabic, Hebrew, or Urdu versions of Gmail)
Posted by Benjamin Grol, Product Manager Up until now, Gmail only supported some contact fields. Whenever someone imported their contacts from apps like Outlook and OS X Address Book, we used to put fields Gmail didn't recognize into the contact's notes section.
Posted by Joyce Sohn, Product Marketing Manager It's that time of year when students are graduating, and in many cases getting yet another email address to check — an alumni account — as a graduation present. Whether you have an alumni address, a work account, or your own domain that you like to use, rather than logging in and out of multiple accounts, you can set yourself up so all your mail ends up in your Gmail inbox. And you can send mail from any of the other addresses you own right from Gmail as well.
Posted by Corey Anderson, Software Engineer (and puzzle creator) Flying 500 miles per hour at a cruising altitude of 35,000 feet, it always seemed odd that I could use approved electronic devices, but I couldn't get online to chat or send an email.
Posted by Zach Yeskel, Product Marketing Manager My friends email me all the time with ideas for improving Gmail.