Want to protect your Gmail account with a second security layer after the password? Here's how to set up Gmail so it requires a code for login that comes through your phone and is valid only for a short time.
Decide on how you want to be seen and upload a picture to Gmail, which others will see when they get mail from you or when you chat with them.
Make your fine print small and your birthday greetings colorful: here's how to change the font face, its size and color as well as choose a background color for highlighting in Gmail.
Have Gmail forward incoming messages to any email address automatically to read them at your old email account in your old email program, for example. You can even make Gmail keep an archived copy of forwarded mail for search.
Don't want to print all the 37 messages (36 of them irrelevant) in a thread? Here's how to selectively print a single email in Gmail.
Don't re-create the spread sheet in the email: attach it instead and send it along with the message. In Gmail, this is easy, and it works with any kind of file, of course.
Would you like to read your Gmail email not only on the web but in Outlook as well? Here's how to set up a Gmail account in Outlook for sending and retrieving mail.
Use all the power of your desktop email client with your Gmail account by downloading messages via regular POP access. You can still have all your Gmail archived and searchable on the web or delete retrieved mail automatically.
If you get an email that says "dinner tonight at 7.30pm - fettuccine w/ truffles" (this, or something better), creating an event plus reminder in Google Calendar right from Gmail is a snap. All the details are pre-entered!
Make blue the new black and Garamond the new Arial: here's how to change the default typeface, font color, size and style for new messages you compose in Gmail.