How to make Gmail the default email app on iPhone and iPad

Do you prefer Gmail on your iDevice? Than this trick will help you make it your default mail app on you iPhone and iPad.

So Apple finally cave in and let us use other browsers and email app as default. After showing you how to choose your default web browser, we’ll tell you how you can do the same thing for mail. Read more

How to disable Conversation View in Gmail

Don’t like the way Gmail is grouping your emails into conversations? Learn right here hot to disable Conversation View.

Conversation View is a feature of modern email clients, including Gmail, that keeps all replies into a thread so that you can easily follow the conversation like in a chat app.

I for one prefer Conversation View, but some people don’t. If you want to disable this feature, do this:

  • In Gmail, click the big gear icon in the top right corner to access quick settings;
  • Scroll al the way down in the newly opened frame;
  • Uncheck the last option, called Conversation View.
  • Reload the page to enable the change.
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    How to disable Meet in Gmail for Android

    If you don’t use Meet and hate that Google is forcing it on Gmail, this article is for you.

    So, Meet has finally arrived in Gmail, just as Google warned us it would happen. The American giant hopes that Gmail will boost Meet usage numbers and it’s using it’s position to dwarf it’s competitors, aka Zoom.

    It’s an asshole move from Google, but that’s nothing news. At list they left an option for you to disable Meet from Gmail, if you have no use for it.

    Here’s how to disable Meet in Gmail for Android

    Open Settings from the left side menu in Gmail;
    Open your your Gmail account section from there;
    Scroll down until you see the Meet subtitle;
    Toggle off this option: “Show the Meet tab for video calling”.

    After that, the app will refresh it’s interface and the Meet waste of space is gone.

    How to disable Meet in Gmail (iOS, iPadOS)

    Don’t care for video chat in Gmail? Here’s how you can disable it.

    So Google decided that we all need a video chat tool and added it to the Gmail apps and web versions. Well, some of us don’t actually need this and we would very much like to get rid of the Meet video chat tab and get back to our good old emails.

    That said, it’s a good thing that Google let’s us disable Meet in Gmail.

    And it’s an easy option to find too.

    Just go to Settings, by opening the right side menu first. Then access you Gmail account settings and toggle off “Show the Meet tab for video calling”.

    That’s all. You now have lost the new Meet tab and you app is uncluttered.

    How to Schedule Send Emails in Gmail

    Learn how to schedule email to be sent at a later time in Gmail.

    Schedule send is a relatively new feature in Gmail. And it’s actually a pretty useful option.

    You can use it for many reasons, from not wanting to bother your colleagues late at night or to just reply with a bit of delay so won’t be bother with another inquiry to fast.

    There are countries, like France, where it’s legal to send email outside of working hours.

    Clearly there are plenty of situation where scheduling can come in handy.

    Hot to schedule email in Gmail

    This feature is very easy to use.

    You compose an email like you would normally would.

    The only thing different is that you don’t click the Send button, but the arrow next to it. Then choose Schedule send.

    On the mobile app, the schedule send option can be found by taping the three dots menu after you composed the email.

    You’ll just need to pick a date and time. There are some predefined options here, but you also can choose any time and day you like.

    You can cancel or edit scheduled emails. This emails are kept until they’re sent in a special Gmail folder called Scheduled.

    You now know how to schedule emails to be sent later in Gmail.