Everything done in this day and age, including ordering meals, clothing, submitting job applications, and interacting with friends on social media, is done online. Many times when we lose internet connectivity we cannot perform any of these things because they can be done online but for Gmail messages, though, this won’t be the case. Users of Gmail should be aware of a new feature that makes it unnecessary to have an internet connection in order to access messages. Thanks to this new functionality, you can now read, reply to, and search your Gmail messages even if there is no internet connection.
Gmail has developed a function that makes it unnecessary to have an internet connection in order to access messages. Simply told, you may access your Gmail messages offline and still read, reply to, and search them.
By going to mail.google.com, you may access the new function known as Google Support, which allows you to read, reply to, and search your Gmail messages even when you aren’t connected to the Internet.
Google advises bookmarking the mentioned site in Chrome to enable offline access to Gmail. You may then need to seek your admin for assistance in changing your settings if you use Gmail with your work or school account.
Here’s how, per Google, to activate Gmail offline
- You must first download Chrome to your computer or laptop. Gmail may only be used offline in a Chrome browser window; Incognito mode is not supported.
- Next, navigate to the Gmail offline settings.
- Select the “Enable offline mail” checkbox.
- In your preferences, you can choose things like how many days’ worth of messages you want to sync.
- then select “Save changes.”
You must open the link and look for the star symbol to the right of the URL bar in order to bookmark the Gmail so that you may use the portal offline. You must click “Done” after being prompted to bookmark the link after clicking the star. By doing this, you can quickly get to the Gmail inbox link in Chrome.
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