A quick setting allows users to enable the full screen compose screen on Gmail by default instead of the newer screen which floats on the corner of the screen.
Tags: Online Tips
Use Chrome extension called Notifycon to keep an eye on notifications of new email on Gmail, or updates on Facebook and Twitter.
Use a new feature by Wikipedia to look up interesting “nearby” places with their relevant Wikipedia articles. Also users can create new articles for some locations which do not have articles.
A quick tip on how to go about unlisting your phone number on Truecaller, which acts as a global online directory.
Use HelloSign Chrome Extension to insert your signature into documents sent as attachments on Gmail without the need to download them or print them out.
A quick walk-through that explains how to convert a webpage to a PDF file and then save it to Google Drive in a single click from your Chrome browser.
Facebook is a great way to connect with friends from school and college. It is also a great way to keep track of what is happening in the lives of people you know. But most people generate very little useful information on Facebook. I often find 90% of the updates on Facebook being a waste […]
Sharing your desktop online with a friend is a great way to troubleshoot a technical issue. Chrome has a nice app that allows sharing of desktops using only the browser. Google seems to like the idea of people sharing desktops screens and it even has this feature on Google+. Sharing your computer screen with friends […]
There are many ways to create content online and share it publicly. One issue is sometimes the content being created is draft version of an article or even an image you are working on. You might not want the URL of such content, indexed by search engines or don’t want it available after a few days. Ephemurl […]
Blogging can be frustrating, especially when you are starting out. Most bloggers write posts part-time and manage to find some time to create new content which is appreciated with Facebook ‘Likes’ and Twitter ‘Retweets’. But nothing says “I like your post” like money does. And Flattr allows bloggers to contribute small sums to good bloggers […]