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The Best App For Your Gmail Account On Windows 10 in 2020

Écrit par Jason Ephraim le janvier 14, 2020

What’s the best way to manage your Gmail account on Windows? Well, with over 500,000 email accounts (a majority of them being Gmail accounts) Mailbird is growing in popularity as the best email client for Windows users with Gmail accounts:   I just slaughtered +1800 gmail messages @mailbird, https://t.co/B0clE7AkDU #inboxzero pic.twitter.com/ZT5Bw6r4hF — Paul Doherty (@pjdohertygis) February 1, 2016 Never thought I could stop using the gmail interface, but @mailbird made it possible. Almost forgot how much better a desktop app can be. — Jose Quesada (@Quesada) January 28, 2014 Mailbird – The best email client for Windows + Gmail. I’m all in. http://t.co/Dz4S6IREIl @mailbird — Matthew Mombrea (@mombrea) January 27, 2014 Getting addicted to @GetMailbird. A great email client for #Gmail (and others) http://t.co/zEYA391cUZ — Ulven (@UlvenNiclas) July 6, 2015 If you use #gmail for business but hate gmail, checkout @getmailbird second time around for us, so much better! Nice one @getmailbird — covedigital (@covedigital) May 13, 2015 [email protected] Seriously? @getmailbird is great! Good luck with GMail for web when you have 6 accounts to manage! And OS X mail on Windows? — Ishan Sharma (@real_ishan) December 3, 2014 Why do so many people think Mailbird is perfect for Gmail? Mailbird is Free Every new user gets a free trial of Mailbird Pro, which allows you to manage an unlimited number of email accounts (Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Windows live Mail – all of them). After that, Mailbird is free to use, forever. If you need more than 1 account –…

Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts Desktop Background Images 2020

Écrit par Jason Ephraim le décembre 27, 2019

To help you get the most out of Windows 10, we created these beautiful desktop background images to help you remember it’s wide array of keyboard shortcuts.   To set any of the images as your new desktop background image in Windows: First, click on any of the background images below to open it full-size in a new window. Then, right click (or long-press for touch devices) and click save as… to save it to your computer. Lastly, find the image on your computer, right click it, and select set as desktop background Here is a list of keyboard shortcuts for Windows 10 Press this key To do this Ctrl+C (or Ctrl+Insert) Copy the selected item Ctrl+X Cut the selected item Ctrl+V (or Shift+Insert) Paste the selected item Ctrl+Z Undo an action Alt+Tab Switch between open apps Alt+F4 Close the active item, or exit the active app Windows logo key +L Lock your PC or switch accounts Windows logo key +D Display and hide the desktop New keyboard shortcuts The following table contains new keyboard shortcuts that you can use in Windows. Press this key To do this Windows logo key +A Open Action center Windows logo key‌ +S Open search Windows logo key‌ +C Open Cortana in listening mode Note Cortana is only available in certain countries/regions, and some Cortana features might not be available everywhere. If Cortana isn’t available or is turned off, you can still use search. Windows logo key‌ +Tab Open Task view Windows logo key +Ctrl+D Add a virtual…

Unified Inbox in Outlook: The Complete 2019 Guide

Écrit par Jason Ephraim le janvier 14, 2019

While popular email clients like Mailbird include the ability to add individual account inboxes to a “unified” inbox – many, like Microsoft Outlook, do not make this easy. If you manage multiple email accounts, then you know how tedious it can be to be forced to switch from inbox to inbox in order to check each one. To help out, we’ve gathered a couple of the best ways MS Outlook users can set up a unified inbox – or as close to one as Outlook will allow.   Outlook Unified Inbox Method 1: Search Folders Skill Level – Beginner   The simplest method for getting a unified inbox in your Microsoft Outlook client is by using it’s search. Although this method is easy, there is unfortunately no way to save your search – requiring you to perform a search every time you need it. If you check your recent searches from the « Search » menu, you may be able to select it. However, if you are searching alot you may not be able to find it every time. Type the following in the search box: folder: (Inbox) received: (this week) Press Ctr+Alt+A to or click All Mailboxes button (Outlook 2013) or All Mail Folders (Outlook 2010). Hit enter and you should see your Unified inbox for all mails received this week. You may notice a « Search Folder » option in the « Folder » pane. However, this only lets you create search folders using data from individual accounts – Not something we can use to make a…

The Best Way To Unsend Email in Gmail, Outlook and Yahoo

Écrit par Jason Ephraim le janvier 8, 2019

You’ve just clicked “Send” on an email you’ve carefully prepared. The mail client notifies you that it was successfully sent. Great! Not quite. You then notice something – multiple spelling errors, an attachment you forgot to add, you’ve sent it to the wrong person. If only there was a way to unsend that mail and save yourself the embarrassment! Well, I’ve got news for you – you can! In this article, we’ll show you how to unsend emails on Mailbird, Gmail and Outlook! Here’s what we’ll cover: How To Unsend An Email With Any Email Account (Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook, etc.) with Mailbird Mailbird enables you to unsend an email from all email accounts – even those that originally do not have an unsend feature! How To Unsend An Email Directly on Gmail How to unsend emails from the Gmail desktop and mobile app How To Unsend An Email Directly on Outlook (Exchange) How Mailbird Eliminates Common Mistakes so that Unsending becomes unnecessary. Let’s get started. How To Unsend Email With Any Email Account With Mailbird What’s Mailbird? Mailbird is a desktop email client that can make managing emails from all your accounts a breeze. With it, you no longer have to log on to a browser to check your mail each time. You can do it right from the comfort of your desktop itself! Mailbird also makes it super easy to unsend email and save yourself from an embarrassing social faux pas. Why Use Mailbird to Unsend Email? As Mailbird…

WhatsApp inside your inbox in 2020

Écrit par Jason Ephraim le janvier 7, 2019

Use WhatsApp alongside your email thanks to Mailbird Over 1 billion people use WhatsApp and it remains one of the most popular mobile applications in the world. Mailbird makes using this popular app better than ever with our WhatsApp app integration which allows you to use WhatsApp alongside your email inbox. Is your email conversation starting to get too long? With Mailbird, you can seamlessly switch the conversation over to WhatsApp and you can get the information you need in a fraction of the time. How to use WhatsApp with Mailbird Activating WhatsApp in Mailbird is easy. Click the « … » menu at the bottom of the Mailbird sidebar. Next, click the slider in the WhatsApp widget to turn it « on ». You will see the WhatsApp icon show up in the bottom of your sidebar along with any other apps you’ve activated. Click it, and you will find instructions on how to sign in to your WhatsApp account. Using the WhatsApp sidebar To activate the WhatsApp sidebar in your Mailbird client: Open any inbox by clicking on the account icon in the sidebar. If your sidebar is not expanded already, click the « < » symbol at the top right of the Mailbird client. To open WhatsApp, hover over the « … » symbol to see all the activated apps with sidebars. Click the WhatsApp symbol and you are all set. And we aren’t stopping there. We have new features for Mailbird in development right now. So stay tuned! What app that you use would you like us to…

How to Import Outlook and Thunderbird Accounts in 2019

Écrit par Jason Ephraim le décembre 26, 2018

New Feature Announcement: Outlook and Thunderbird Account Import That’s right! Starting today, folders, settings, and messages from popular POP3 email clients like Outlook and Thunderbird will import automagically when connected. That means that any folders, emails, or anything else we can bring into Mailbird through your other client’s POP3 or IMAP connection can be instantly imported with the click of a button! We’ve had a ton of requests for this feature, and it has taken a lot of time and manpower to make sure that this feature will work for every possible client and version. It’s taken a ton of time to ensure every version of Outlook, Thunderbird and Windows Live Mail will work. We are ecstatic that it is finally ready for you! Start Importing automagically Once you installed Mailbird or chose the option to « add another account », Mailbird will give the option to « import from another email client ».   Mailbird will detect the accounts that you have added to your existing email client. Choose the account you would like to import to your Mailbird. The last step to activate the import – insert your email address and password and Mailbird will set up the account for you. Depending on how many accounts you have selected in the previous step, you may be asked to enter the details multiple times. One for each account.   Voilà! That’s it. Mailbird will start the import of your account data, such as folders, settings, and messages. It will also let you know once it is…

New Custom Background Image Feature

Écrit par Jason Ephraim le janvier 30, 2017

Customization: The Way of the Future The future of consumer products is customization. From smartphones to apps to email clients, the possibility to customize products to function exactly how you want them is a trend that has taken off and is here to stay. Why? It’s no secret that customization options increase a sense of ownership and in turn makes users feel loyal to the product. It also increases the value of your product to the individual user who needs to hit specific objectives. It’s easy to see why customization is ranked just as high as design, functionality and ease-of-use. Mailbird recognizes the need for personalization — and we’ve delivered. You asked for more customization and we’ve enabled users with the possibility to personalize their personal email interface. Use Any Image as Your Mailbird Email Client’s Background Image We are excited to announce Mailbird now lets you upload any image on your computer as a background image. We have released this feature for all versions of Mailbird in our latest update.   To use your own background image in Mailbird: 1. Open the Mailbird email client 2. Click on the menu, and select options 3. Select the appearance tab from the options menu 4. In the Background section, click the first box with the « + » symbol (see image)   5. You will then be presented with an explorer window with which to designate the image file you would like to use as your background image. 6. Find the image on your computer, select…

Update – A New Way To Get Mailbird Pro Free, For Life!

Écrit par Jason Ephraim le décembre 6, 2016

Want to give Mailbird Pro a try without spending a penny? We just released a new feature that allows you to do just that!

8 Ways To Improve Your Concentration at Work

Écrit par Jason Ephraim le juin 25, 2016

6 Reasons Why People Hate Receiving Your Emails

Écrit par Jason Ephraim le juin 1, 2016

Do people really enjoy getting email from you? Check out the top 6 mistakes that lead to people dreading emails from people.   6 Reasons Why people Hate Receiving Your Emails from Jason Ephraim Do any sound familiar? Don’t worry! We’ve included some tips to help you fix them. Summary: People hate it when they ask you something, only to have them waiting for an answer that may never come. Example: Them: “Do you have the report ready for Friday?” You: “I’ve been out of the office today. Super busy!” The Fix: Even if it’s a quick “okay” answer people directly, or let them know when to expect an answer.  You sandwich what you actually need from recipients to the point it’s confusing or easily missed. Example: You: “I’ve been really busy gathering the data for the annual report. It’s tough to find the data for index 23. Can you find it? I’ll be working on the rest of the report…..” The Fix: Repeat your request or expand on it in a separate (preferably, close to the beginning or end) part of the message You constantly use email when it would be faster or more clear to use chat, a phone call, or in person. Example: Any email chain that starts growing beyond a few back and forth, or involves more than a couple people The Fix: Don’t be afraid to ask to move the conversation to a better medium. Ask to schedule a meeting, call, or even a lunch. Your…

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