Archive for the ‘web app tips’ Category
It’s 2012, all right. Some of us still save web pages locally, and this tip might help if you’re a Google Chrome user. Opening up the saved web page from your local computer will load it with its local address in the address bar. You might be wondering what the actual HTTP URL of the web page is, and thankfully Chrome beautifully saves along with the source code.
Oh, you’re probably getting bored of all the Google Search tips we’ve shared already. But here’s another one that one of our readers, Ning Nu sent in.
Don’t pay for extra storage. Here are three quick ways to save space in your Gmail inbox. Nuke all the clutter and gain extra space in Gmail in minutes using the tips below.
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We’ve previously written about a couple Google tricks that are unpopular but highly useful. You can do a bunch of things with Google, including checking websites for malware, reading articles without having to pay, searching photos based on region and locking safe search to prevent kids from viewing explicit content.
Here’s how you can do them all. These tips may come in handy some day, so don’t forget to bookmark this article. Do share the information by tweeting the post or sharing it on Facebook.
If you’re a big fan of Google+, take a look at these sites that’ll help you discover new users and create a short profile URL for your Google+ profile.
(Guest Post by Krupesh)
If you thought the Gmail compose page was barebones, think again. There are plenty of features available in the compose window, but many of them are often overlooked upon.
Here are some features you might be missing. If you live and die by Gmail all day, these tips should certainly make you more productive.
If you’re a long-time Gmail user, you might be using a lot of its powerful features. You can do quite a number of things by fiddling with the Gmail URL as well. Learning these Gmail URL tricks could save you some time and make you productive, so read on: Read the rest of this entry »
Twitter is really useful for those who’ve got the hang of it. Twitter.com is pretty feature-rich and you’ve probably never heard of these five nifty features. They don’t get a lot of press, but it’s good to know nonetheless.
Do share the article on Twitter if you find anything useful in here.
You <3 Gmail, don’t you? Gmail is the best thing ever since sliced bread. With plenty of features and lots of addons, Gmail has become a power house that can not just manage your email, but can also be used for a lot of other tasks.
This piece will tell you about 5 lesser known things about Gmail. Some of you might have known them already, but I think a large number of Gmail power users still don’t realize that Gmail can do the following things: