Master the basics of composing, sending, and replying to email in Gmail and then learn powerful configuration and organizational techniques to enhance productivity.
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- [Voiceover] My name is Jess Stratton, and welcome to Gmail Essential Training. In this course, I'll show you how to navigate Gmail, create new messages, send replies, and add attachments and images to all outgoing emails. I'll show you how to organize your mail, including adding stars, creating labels, moving messages out of the inbox, creating filters to auto-file your messages, and searching you mail file. I'll also show you how to work with contacts, initiate chats with other Gmail users, and use keyboard shortcuts to work more efficiently.
Finally, I'll show you how to configure Gmail on another email client, and how you can access Gmail on a mobile phone. We have a lot to cover, so let's get started.
- Changing themes and inbox types
- Composing and sending messages
- Replying to email
- Inserting images and attachments
- Labeling and filtering email
- Creating filters to automatically process messages
- Adding additional email accounts to Gmail
- Creating contacts and contact groups
- Initiating text and video chats
- Using keyboard shortcuts
- Accessing Gmail on a mobile device
Skill Level Appropriate for all
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1. Get Started with Gmail
Tour the Gmail interface4m 24s
2. Send, Read, and Reply to Messages
3. Organize and Search Mail
4. Manage Your Gmail Account and Settings
5. Work with Contacts
6. Use Chat
7. Google Labs and Other Add-Ons
8. Keyboard Shortcuts
9. Other Paths to Get to Gmail
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