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Gmail is 15 years old: here are 7 handy tips that you didn't know
Internet hip Hip hooray! Gmail is fifteen years. So plenty of time to the basic functions of the e-mail service all in the fingers, but perhaps there are also some tricks that you didn't know. With these hacks you will become a real 'poweruser’ of Gmail.

On april 1, 2004, Gmail for the first time introduced to the world. A bizarre timing to break the news, because the Google service was anything but a joke. In fifteen years time, grew the mailbox with the red and white envelope from one of the world's most popular, with about one and a half billion users. the

At the birthday to celebrate, we selected seven useful tips that you might not yet know. We discuss, moreover, only the features of your desktop: on Android and iOS, you can find a lot of similar options, but the possibilities are for the time being more on your computer.

Read also Tested: Facebook knows a lot about me, but Google still damn much more (+ all what you about that need to know) 1. Messages schedule

Google shows the birthday of his beloved e-mail service not just pass away. To celebrate the day get Gmail there are a number of brand new features. A feature that is also for Belgian users, the scheduling of mails. Soon can you e-mail schedule to them at a later time to send. This is especially useful if you have a colleague do not want to interrupt during his or her holiday – or if you are a night owl and your correspondents prefer not to let you know that you have your mailbox checked at 3 in the morning. the

e-mail to schedule on the desktop, first create a new message, then click on the arrow in the blue button next to ‘Send’. Choose ‘Send plans’ from the drop-down menu. Then you can make a time and date to select. the

The scheduled e-mails, you can find then under ‘Planned’ in the left pane of your inbox. There you can get the date and time still to change or cancel transmission. The feature would soon appear; a concrete date is not known.

2. Ready-made answers

No sense to keep repeating the same message tapping? There has Gmail a solution for. You can place your frequently-used emails, save it in ‘standard replies’ or ‘templates’. Please write your message in a new mail and click on the three dots at the bottom. Go to ‘standard answers’ and select ‘Draft save as template’. Then confirm with "Save as new template" and give your message a name. the

The next time you get the message, you could in a new e-mail on the three dots and then click through to ‘standard answers’ you right template to choose. The ready-made text appears in your e-mail, where the message can further customize it for you send.

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