Shortcuts are there to make our lives easier – and there’s nothing better than learning a few for a site that you visit daily.
If you’ve been drunk, under the influence of non-alcoholic substances or experienced extreme changes on the graph of your emotional index lately, you may have sent an email that you’ll regret when things simmer down. If you feel that you might be at risk, watch this video for a simple guide to revoking a sent email on Gmail.
Gmail’s new look was announced on Google’s blog with updates coming to the desktop in time. These updates will be available on Android and iOS in the next few weeks. The new inbox will assist users in organising their inbox life, with horizontal tabs and categories.
People over at MIT have developed a piece of open-source software that lets you drag files from your phone to your computer or tablet or whatever with a swipe of a finger. It’s simple and clever and looks like the future – and it works. They’re calling it Swÿp. Take a look at the demo after the jump.
It looks like Google is getting ready to reveal a new, more polished interface for Gmail, if only to distract us from the embarrassing quietness we’re seeing on Google+; it remains to be seen whether the overhaul is part of their wider Google+ initiative or not, but visually the interfaces have a lot in common.
Google introduced their revolutionary new addition to Gmail on Friday and its name is Gmail Motion. Of course most people knew it was a joke, but the brains over at the ICT MxR Labs, the FAAST team, decided to make it a reality.