Click Save Changes and you're done. However it seems that Google is introducing some changes to Gmail that will help to remind users to reply to emails by nudging them by highlighting emails that might need a response to.
The biggest of which allows users to use Gmail offline, replacing the Gmail Offline app in the Chrome browser. If you don't, it will only be a matter of time.More news: Circle In Plans To Create A Dollar-Pegged Cryptocurrency, Raises $110 Million
Do you find the concept of Gmail's offline mode useful? After switching to new Gmail, go to Settings and selected Offline from the menu and then Enable offline mail from the options. Last week during Google I/O offline mode was officially available for Gmail users.
Furthermore, any changes, modifications and edits performed online will be synced on Google's servers once the device is connected to the Internet, meaning that these changes can only be seen natively on the same device and in order for the changes to be effected to your Gmail account, it has to sync. On the menu that pops up click on Settings (Figure A). When users choose to keep it, the data will not be deleted from the computer once they sign out of their Google account.
Before going offline, open Gmail in Chrome so that Gmail is already loaded. Usually, this is only a fraction of the storage available on your computer, so the available storage shown in Gmail offline settings is smaller than the actual available storage on your computer. So, to make use of the newly added functionality, you need to install the chrome browser to your system.More news: Merkel Says Germany Remains Committed To Iran Nuclear Accord
You can store emails for up to 90 days through Gmail offline, as well as queue up messages for when you next get a connection.
Next, you'll be able to switch to offline mode and customize some of its settings.
To delete stored email clear your internet history with the option to delete Cookies And Other Site Data checked (Figure D).More news: Turkish banker in Iran sanctions case faces sentencing