Posted by Heaven Kim, Product Marketing Manager, Google Mobile Back in April, we released a new version of Gmail for mobile, re-designed to be faster, more usable, and offer basic offline support on iPhone and Android devices. The improvements we made to its underlying architecture have made it possible for us to rapidly release new features and further improve performance since then. Over the last six months, we’ve added a lot: mute , label management , keyboard shortcuts , smart links , an outbox , and the ability to move messages (label and archive in one step)
Posted by Steven Saviano, Software Engineer Being an avid Google Docs user, I receive a ton of emails with links to documents that my co-workers and friends share with me. From technical design documents at work to my roommate’s expenses spreadsheet, my inbox is full of document links that I need to view as I reply to my mail.
Posted by Ari Leichtberg, Software Engineer and Yossi Matias, Head of Israel Engineering Center When’s the last time you got an email from a stranger asking, “Are you sure you meant to send this to me ?” and promptly realized that you didn’t? Sometimes these little mistakes are actually quite painful. Hate mail about your boss to your boss?
Posted by Shyam Seth, Product Manager, Google Mobile Checking Gmail on your phone isn’t reserved for those of us with extra fancy mobile devices — sure, it’s easier to use Gmail when your iPhone has a touchscreen or there’s a downloadable app built especially for your BlackBerry , but Gmail is available on almost all mobile devices today. If your phone has a data plan, it can get Gmail
Posted by Michael Santerre, Consumer Operations Associate As part of National Cyber Security Awareness Month , we’d like to take this opportunity to remind you about smart password practices. Help ensure you’re protecting your computer, website, and personal information by checking out our security series on the Google blog or visiting http://www.staysafeonline.org
Posted by Marcus Foster, Product Manager, Google Mobile Those of you who live in your Gmail inboxes usually want to know what’s happening with your email more instantly than standard fetch mail on your phone allows. Sure, using Gmail in your mobile browser gives you all the benefits of conversation threading and starring, but you still have to refresh every time you want to check for new mail.
Posted by Ian Whitfield, Software Engineering Intern People keep track of lots of things in their Google Calendars — meetings, business trips, due dates and conference calls.
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