There are two types of delegates you can assign in a GMail account. You can assign a delegate who can read, write and send mail on your behalf, and also who can access your account if I haven't used it in a designated period of time. Author Jess Stratton will show you how you can set these two very important settings in your Google account.
- [Voiceover] Even with your free Gmail account,…you can delegate access to your account…to somebody else, so they can read,…send, and delete messages on behalf of you.…To do that, click the gear icon on the right-hand side,…choose Settings, and change to the Accounts and Import tab.…Down near the bottom, there's a section…titled Grant access to your account.…You can click Add another account…and add another email address of somebody else…that you wanna be able to give permission…to read, delete, and send mail on behalf of you.…
Click Next Step, and once more,…click Send email to grant access.…Once that other person accepts the request,…they have permission to go in and access your account.…At the top of the screen, you'll be reminded once more…that you've done something very important,…that is, given somebody else complete access…to read your mail, are you really sure?…You do have a chance to click Review Settings…if you've had second thoughts.…Once the other person clicks accept,…it can take up to 30 minutes for…
Note: To master the basics before you start this course, watch Gmail Essential Training first.
- Explain how to see the chats on the right-hand side of the screen.
- Relate how to undo a sent email after enabling the Undo Send option.
- List the things that can be done to a message that arrives and matches a search.
- Name the file types that are supported when archiving your data.
- Name the limit on a file attachment when sending it through a Gmail account.