IMPORTANT: This course is for beginner Gmail users.
Google Mail or for short Gmail - Increase Your Productivity.
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These videos provide you with detailed virtually "over-the-shoulder" style step-by-step HD video tutorials that leave no technical stone unturned.
Basically, the more acquainted you are with Gmail the more productive you become as you are using its full potential.
This course can help you save two items that you can never have enough of - Time & Money.
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Best of luck,
In this first lecture, we are going to be talking about the Gmail interface and the various items you have available.
In the lecture #2, we are going to be talking about how to customize the Gmail interface and the few ways to do this.
In the lecture #3, we are going to be talking about composing, sending and receiving emails in Gmail.
In the lecture #4, we are going to be talking about the general settings in Gmail.
In the lecture #5, we are going to be talking about "labels".
In the lecture #6, we are going to be talking about "Tabs".
In the lecture #7, we are going to be talking about "Filters".
In the lecture #8, we are going to be talking about how to organize your contacts in Gmail.
In the lecture #9, we are going to be talking about "Labs".
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