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Gmail Brings Back Phone Calls Via Hangouts

When Google recently transitioned Gmail’s chat feature to Hangouts, it got rid of voice calling, but Google announced that is back as part of Hangouts. In addition to that, calls to the US and Canada are free from all countries where the feature is available. “For those of you who have taken the plunge and are using desktop Hangouts in …

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Google Adds Gmail Contacts To Search Field Trial

Last summer, Google launched the search field trial for users to opt into, and have Google return results from their Gmail accounts, when relevant, when performing regular web searches. This also included flight information, and Google eventually added data from Google Drive and Calendar into the mix. Now Google has announced the further expansion of the field trial, with users …

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Google Launches New Inbox For Gmail

Google has unveiled a new inbox for Gmail on both desktop and mobile, saying it “puts you back in control” thanks to “simple” and “easy” organization. It separates your incoming messages into categories by tabs: Primary, Social, Promotions and Updates. “On the desktop, the new inbox groups your mail into categories which appear as different tabs,” explains Itamar Gilad, Product …

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Gmail ‘Results While You Type’ Feature Rolls Out To All U.S. Users

Last year, Google launched the ability to see results from your Gmail, Google Drive and Google Calendar accounts as you type in the search box from Gmail. This was only available as part of a field trial. Soon, all users in the U.S. will be getting this functionality. Google software engineer Balazs Racz says in a brief blog post: As …

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Businesses Should Make Sure They Didn’t Miss These Google Announcements

Google kicked off its annual developers conference, Google I/O, on Wednesday, with a keynote lasting nearly four hours. It’s always expected that Google will make a bunch of announcements at these events, and they certainly did. This year’s hasn’t been the sexiest Google I/O full of new gadgets and big new services, but it has focused a great deal on …

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Gmail Gets Quick Actions To Let You RSVP, Check-In, and Review Right From the Inbox

Google says they want to help you tackle your digital to-do’s as quickly as possible, and to this end they’ve added some new quick action buttons to Gmail that let you interact with important emails right from the inbox, without ever opening the email. Starting today, Google will begin to roll out a few new quick actions inside Gmail, including …

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Google Wallet Gets Integrated With Gmail

Google announced a lot of things today, but some it didn’t all make into the Google I/O keynote. On the Gmail blog, Google announced new Google Wallet integration for Gmail, which comes in the form of an “Attach Money” button. Yep, you can send money as an attachment. A pretty good idea, as long as it doesn’t land in the …

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Google Unifies Storage Across Gmail, Google+ And Drive, Upgrades Everyone To 15GB Of Storage

If you’re like me, you’ve probably already used up most of the free 5GB Google provides to Google Drive users. You may even be thinking about upgrading. You might want to hold off on that as Google is about to upgrade everybody for free. Google announced today that its unifying storage across Gmail, Google+ photos and Google Drive accounts. To …

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Gmail Turns 9: Google Takes Us Down Memory Lane, Makes Us Feel Old

Can you believe that Gmail is 9 years old? I haven’t felt this old since last week, when Twitter informed me that it was the 19th anniversary of the death of Kurt Cobain. Yikes. Anyway, Google is now officially 9, having launched in beta on April 1st, 2004. In celebration of that, Google has posted a fun little infographic that …

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Gmail Rolls Out Past Search Autocomplete, Contact Thumbnails

Google is shipping an update to Gmail that should make it easier to locate that email that you just searched for the other day. Starting today, Google begins the global rollout of new autocomplete predictions for your past Gmail searches. “If you’ve searched your email for ‘supercalifragilisticexpialidocious’ or other lengthy phrases, it just got easier to find what you’re looking …

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Gmail Blue Brings Email Into The 21st Century

Gmail Blue is just what it sounds like. It’s Gmail, and it’s blue. “Gmail launched nine years ago on April 1st, 2004,” says project manager Jonathan Zames. “Since then you’ve been able to use hundreds of new features that push the boundaries of what email can do and make it easier to get things done.” “Starting today, you’ll get to …

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Gmail’s New Compose Box Is Rolling Out to Everyone

Google has just announced that they are ready to give all Gmail users the new compose box that they’ve been testing since October. With the new compose enabled, Gmail no longer takes you to a different screen to write a message. When you click “compose,” a small message box pops up in the bottom-right-hand corner of the page. From there, …

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