Late Wednesday night Gmail Labs introduced a new feature called sender time zone. The feature adds a tiny red or green icon (the color depends on the sender’s local time) to all incoming email so you can tell at a glance whether local time for the sender falls inside or outside of the workday.
Google has launched a brand new Gmail mobile web engine for the iPhone and Android devices. The change incorporates HTML5 and Google Gears for Mobile, which will allow you to access your Gmail and other gear-enabled applications offline (not that anyone ever loses their 3G data connection…right?…right? *cough*).
Dan posted earlier today over at Whatsoniphone about my discovery that if you enable Advanced IMAP controls in GMAIL Labs (look under settings) and remove the check marks from your folders so that only the INBOX is checked – your iPhone will retrieve email at a blistering pace as opposed to the 3 to 5 [...]
We just got word that Anagram is now available for both GMail and BlackBerry. This handy little utility is used to read in a signature line from your email and strip out the relevant contact information such as: company name, contact, phone, etc. Then that data is displayed for editing and finally placed into your [...]
In a move that seems to pop into the minds of hosted application companies AFTER they’ve had a widely reported failure , Google has created an Apps Status Dashboard. Here you can view the status of Google Apps (including Gmail) for the last 6 days. If there are reported outages you can click on the [...]
I know there is a lot of chatter about Google introducing offline email capabilities. So far my Google Apps for Domains account doesn’t seem to have that option (it should show in the Labs). However one thing I’ve been emailing the Geardiary team about is the speed with which my Gmail is suddenly working. Over [...]
Yesterday Google add in a new experimental Labs feature to track tasks from within Gmail. If you’re a Gmail user, you’ll love this new capability. From within any email you can now create a To-Do item that opens in a small window in the lower left of your Gmail screen. Tasks can be added by [...]