Presentation on theme: "By Jeremy Lesniak Vermont Computing, Inc. 2009. Accessible from any computer Tremendous storage space Fast searching for old email Easily ties."— Presentation transcript:
Searching is easy – you can search for anything you want – be it a name, email address keyword, etc. It does not allow for searching part of a word, though. Example – I could search for lighthouse and get any instances of the word lighthouse. However, if I search for light, I will not get the words lighthouse – just light.
By using the “advanced search” link to the right of the search box, I can access more options.
Gmail doesn’t use folders, it uses labels. Emails can have multiple labels. How do you store a single message in two folders? Removing a label will not remove the messages from Gmail You can create a new label from Labels/Manage Labels or Labels/Create New (if you have a message open)
Contacts are unified across Google Apps (calendar, etc.) Contacts are added automatically Use the Contacts Link on the left side for management
Contacts can be kept in groups Contacts can be exported Contacts can be in multiple groups (labels)
Allows for multiple views Appointments can be scheduled from Gmail requests and tied to Contacts Can text or email you reminders about appointments Can be shared with other users, even those outside the organization
Gmail will tie the “Where” box to a map if it can You can add guests by using the box at right.
Runs better over slow connections Loses some of the visual effects, but not functionality Can be set as a standard view, per user