More than a month ago, Gmail introduced the People Widget. It was being rolled out over a few days but then days turned to weeks and now after a month-long wait, most Gmail users have the people widget available on their accounts. The People Widget has a lot of useful features like when we click […]
If you work online and use Gmail for your email, then you will know what it means to have many unread and unanswered mails. Fact is someone might expect you to reply to them straight away but you might take up to 24 hours if not more. This is when you wish your clients or […]
Quickly get reminded of replying or reading a particular email after 24 hours with HitmeLater. Hit Me Later, is like your a snooze button for your Email.
This service will be very useful for people who are on vacation or on a day off, and check their email on their phone. This way they could make sure they give priority to an email after 24 hours and it does not get buried under work or other new emails.
Mailing lists are not as famous as they were before thanks to social networking websites. Earlier to have a to and fro conversation, it was useful to communicate through a mailing list. Mailing lists typically are often used now a days by people working on a project.
Simplest way to create Mailing Lists for groups is by using Fiesta.cc. The service allows creating lists from your email contacts within seconds.
Email has come a long way, from writing instant letters to cousins and friends aboard to actually becoming a way to exchange files, information and links. Email accounts are now often used to fire-up interaction on other services like chat, social networks and more. Here in an infographic by Microsoft, which shows how Email has […]
Email reminders are important and sometimes it is useful to send yourself reminders for birthdays, anniversaries and other important date. For an email addict like me, I am always interested in something new with email. EmailFuture allows sending emails in the future, to upto 10 years or even a few months in the future. I […]
We might have lost some interest in the browser wars and the continuous comparisons between Interne Explorer, Firefox and Chrome. There are new battle lines being drawn on the internet. This time it is email services. Hotmail the world’s leading email service provider has launched a new webpage specifically targeting Yahoo users to move to […]
Recently, there is a lot written about email accounts being hacked by governments. Last year the same happened in China for certain Gmail users. Google hit back by allowing HTTPS for all Gmail accounts by default. This added security has now become the norm and almost all email providers allow HTTPS access by default. Hotmail […]
I have a personal blog and I do not really write a lot on it. My blogging frequency on it, is about 1-2 posts per month! Most people who read this blog are my friends and family. The lack of regular updates means every time I write a post, I end up sending them an […]
In this “Age of the Internet” we come across a lot of new services. These services most times requires you to sign up/register with an email account. While taking a look at such services, I am often a little sceptical of sharing my primary email id. Hence, I end up creating email ids I used […]