I live in Gmail. I sort of have to if I want to keep up with contacts, vet the latest Chrome OS commits, follow up on bug reports, and ensure that a beady eye is kept on the handy tips you folks send in every day.
Ever needed to annotate or edit a Gmail attachment in a rush? There's a Chrome extension that lets you do just that in Gmail.
The growing collection of 'by Google' add-ons can really help enhance the experience of the various websites and services they provide
Hands up if you noticed that Google removed the option to switch to the basic HTML version of Gmail? Few did. But if you ever need to access it here's how.
There are some easy ways you can improve the performance of GMail, Google+ and other websites on the Samsung ARM Chromebook - as this post will show you...
A new look Gmail inbox sporting nifty organization features is on the way, Google has today announced.
Last year, the Gmail team were praised for their iOS Gmail UI. It has been so popular, that the UI has now been released onto the Mobile Web App and Chrome Offline App.
I'm a heavy Google+ user and I tend to switch between Gmail and Plus often and because of this, the Google Chat box jumps from left (Gmail) and right (Google+). I show you how to move the chat box to the right for easier access and better visual consistency.
10 new applications are to ship in future versions of Chrome OS by default. Google hope that adding the apps will make Chrome OS easier to use 'out of the box'.
Google are rolling out custom themeing support for their web-based GMail service.