Almost everyone uses Gmail, either on the phone or on the web. While smartphones have made people use email more than before, the web version of the email service still boasts millions of users. If you are one of them, you should know that the new Gmail interface migration begins from October 2018.
This includes regular users and GSuite subscribers. The new Gmail version which is currently in the Early Adopter Program (EAP), introduced a lot of new features including Smart Replies, Snoozing mails, inline buttons to delete, archive and mark as read.
It appears that Google is mixing the best features from its Gmail mobile app and the Inbox mail service, and bringing them [...]
The Gmail web mention @ option is live, for users with the new interface of the web mail service. This allows you to quickly add a contact’s email address within the body of the mail.
The first thing you need to do to use this @mention feature, is to enable the new Gmail version in your web browser. How do you do that? It is very simple, login to your Google account, and click on the cog button in the top right corner. You will see a “Try the new Gmail” option. Click on it, and the page will refresh with the new interface. Don’t worry, you can go back to the old look in the same way.
Now, click on the ” + Compose” button, to [...]
Google has been tweaking its cloud storage service, Drive, quite a bit over the past few months.
Recent additions to Drive on the Web include, opening files directly from the web viewer, sorting options based on timeline (Recents view), search by file type and other advanced searching options.
The Mountain View company even added support for letting users drag and drop files directly into folders to upload them (sub-folders on the Drive).
And now, Google has added a few new options, to help users organize their files on Drive on the web, much more easily.
Add to My Drive:
The first of the two options, is intended for users with Shared folders, [...]
Software, security updates and vulnerabilities, are probably what every user needs to be aware of in today’s digital world.
Wondering which software was the most vulnerable last year? Here are the top ones.
If you think Adobe Flash Player was the most vulnerable product last year, your answer was wrong, but not by much though. The media content plugin was found to have over 300 vulnerabilities, and sits at third place in the list.
The unfortunate crown in the list, belongs to Apple, with its Mac OS X operating system, which had over 380 vulnerabilities in it, 384 to be precise. It was followed by the Cupertino company’s mobile operating sysem, [...]