Google Chrome Tip #3: Keyboard Shortcuts

September 8, 2008
Google provides many keyboard shortcuts to move around and work with Google Chrome. For a complete list, you can always jump over to the Google Chrome Keyboard Shortcuts page. In the mean time, read on to see a list of the keyboard shortcuts.... Here is a list of most of Google Chrome keyboard shortcuts: Window […]

iPod Touch Tip #5: Quick Keyboard Entry Tips

March 6, 2008
Text entry on the iPod Touch's on-screen keyboard is surprisingly easy, but sometimes, it can be tedious to enter numbers, symbols, or special characters. But did you know that there are a few "shortcuts" that you can use to make this kind of entry quicker and easier? Read on for some tips on "shifting" letters, […]

Gmail Tip #60: Deleting A Message And Moving To The Next

April 18, 2007
This tip comes from a question asked by a site visitor, Daree: "I was wondering how you can delete an email and advance to the next email in your folder. Currently when I delete an email I am reading, it takes me back to the inbox. Yahoo has this option but it seems that Gmail […]

Gmail Tip #57: Mac Keyboard Shortcuts

January 5, 2007
Here's a quick tip inspired by "garfalk" for you Mac users out there.... Gmail's Mac key combinations are almost the same for the Mac as for the PC with a couple exceptions. "Shift" clicking on the beginning and at the end will "select all". "Command" or "Apple" (same key) clicking will select items one at […]

Gmail Tip #56: Five New Features Launched!

November 10, 2006
Gmail has just rolled out 5 new features to add to Gmail's arsenal including new Mobile Phone access. -Gmail On Your Mobile Phone -Forward all -Reply on top -Embarrassment-reducing new message notifications -Chat while your friends are offline Read on to see the details of these new features.... Gmail On Your Mobile Phone Point your […]

Gmail Tip #51: Keyboard Shortcuts

May 2, 2006
Gmail's User Interface is quite usable, but sometimes a mouse just seems to get in the way of efficiency. The Gmail developers have included lots of nice keyboard shortcuts that can really make using Gmail quicker and easier. Read on for a detailed list of Gmail's keyboard shortcuts.... Gmail offers many keyboard shortcuts. To enable […]

Gmail Tip #48: Reply Without Scrolling

May 2, 2006
Here's a simple one. Do you ever find it annoying that in order to Reply to a message, you have to scroll all the way to the bottom of a message to click the "Reply" link? While reading a message, simply press the "r" key, and the Reply editing box will open ready for you […]

Gmail Tip #40: New Feature! Rich formatting!

March 30, 2005
It's the nail in the coffin...the icing on the cake...the "You had me at hello" feature! Gmail finally has Rich Text formatting! But it's not just for making your messages pretty. Read on to see why the addition of this feature propels Gmail way ahead of the competition... In this tip, I will briefly explain […]

Gmail Tip #39: New Feature! Gmail From Most Any Browser!

February 28, 2005
From the beginning, Gmail has always required a "supported browser" to gain access and work with Gmail. Well, those crazy Gmail developers have done it again! Read on to see a new addition to Gmail that will please many... Gmail now offers a "basic HTML view" that lets you access Gmail from almost any computer […]

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