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You’ve probably heard the buzz about Gmail. And it’s true Gmail is pretty neat! But, you may have some questions How can I get started with Gmail? What’s the best way to use it for my business? How do I make sure my emails are secure and free of spam? We’re here to help. In this guide, we’ll show you all the ways that Gmail can help your business.
Create and send email templates.
You can create and send email templates. Templates are useful for the following:
- Creating new emails quickly by using a template as your starting point.
- Repurposing old emails by copying and pasting parts of an old email into a new one.
- Sending an email in one click by sending it from a saved template instead of creating it from scratch every time you want to send something similar out.
Store attachments in Google Drive.
When you’re working with a client, it’s often important to share documents and other files. You can do this by attaching them to an email, but sometimes that isn’t enough-you might need access to the file later on and have no way of getting it back without re-sending it or asking the other party for help.
A better option is using Google Drive, which allows you store files online in a cloud-based environment. It’s free (if you have an account), available on the web and mobile devices through apps like Gmail and Inbox by Gmail; this makes getting access easy no matter where or when you need it!
Use Gmail to create a collaboration workspace.
Gmail is a great platform for collaboration. You can add other people to an email thread, share a calendar with them, create shared documents or folders and more.
The best part? It’s all free!
Install an add-in.
You can add a number of different extensions to Gmail, including ones that make it easier to send emails, track email opens and automate your inbox.
Some common add-ins include:
- Boomerang This add in allows you to schedule emails for future delivery, send later (so they don’t get lost in the clutter of your inbox), follow up on messages that haven’t been answered yet and more. It also has features designed specifically for salespeople like tracking which leads opened an email so you can follow up with them later or scheduling when emails will go out based on what time zone they’re located in.
- Rapportage This extension shows social media profiles right inside your inbox when someone sends you an email; this way if there’s something interesting about them that catches your eye-like their Twitter handle was @JoeShmo1337 before they changed it-you can easily find out more information without leaving Gmail!
Set up a Company wide policy.
You can set up a company-wide policy. You can find this option in your Gmail account settings, under “Company-Wide Policies.”
To create a new policy:
- Click on “Create a new policy.”
- Give it a name and description (the latter appears only in the list of policies).
- Add any rules you want to apply to all employees who have access to this account; for example: “All employees must use email responsibly.” Then click Save Changes when finished creating/editing your policy template
Use Gmail with Microsoft Office 365 or Outlook Business on Mac to stay connected and get more done with your team.
How do you use Gmail with Microsoft Office 365 or Outlook Business on Mac?
- Create and send new emails from your desktop.
- Receive notifications from your phone when someone responds to an email you’ve sent.
- Keep track of all your conversations in one place with conversation view, which groups related messages together in an easy-to-read list at the top of your inbox.
There are many ways to make Gmail work better for you and your business
There are many ways to make Gmail work better for you and your business.
- Gmail is free, fast and secure
- Gmail is available on all your devices
- Gmail is easy to use
- Gmail is integrated with Google Drive
We hope you’ve found some new ways to use Gmail that will help you and your business. If you have any questions or want to share your own ideas, we’d love to hear from you!