How to use Gmail email?
For free exchange of email messages, photos, documents from mobile devices, the most suitable application is Gmail, which stands for Google mail and the name implies that this application interacts with other Google services, and your mailbox name and password are the same for all Google services and called an account. Having an account, you can have access to your emails and files from any device — laptop, computer, smartphone anywhere in the world and any time, the only condition being internet access, and this is the only thing you have to pay for.
Any device can be configured to notify the owner of new messages.
Gmail can be customized as you prefer, and in this application, not folders, but shortcuts are used, which allows you to group messages by sender, subject, etc. Messages do not move anywhere, but only receive the label assigned by you. Moreover, one message can have several shortcuts, i.e. how to be in several places at the same time.
Messages are displayed by the first letter of the sender, by labels and chains.
In Gmail, you can search for messages, either by content or by any criterion — date, sender name, subject, etc.
15 GB of memory is available for free on Google servers, in other words in the cloud for storing your emails, however, for a small fee, this limit can be increased.
Contacts in Gmail are synchronized with the phone, so if you need to write an email or call someone, just find the recipient in the contact list.
And what is most valuable — this application is associated with other Google applications, which allows you to receive all services without leaving your mail.
Google Calendar, with the appropriate settings, will send a reminder of the upcoming event via Gmail to the owner and invited participants.
The translator allows you to translate mails without tedious copying of the text through the “share” function with the translator with the highlighted text fragment. Google translate will open automatically with a ready translation.
Google maps allows you to transfer your location data to any email, and the recipient will receive a link to the map and be able to see where the sender is currently located.
Photos can be sent by email immediately from the photo album without locating the file
Similarly, you can save attachments from emails directly to your Google drive without downloading to your computer.
Since your letters are stored in the cloud — you can read and send your emails from any device — computer, tablet or phone at any time and at any point where there is Internet access.