25 tips for getting the most out of the new Gmail features


“19. The new Gmail has some noteworthy keyboard shortcuts that can save you time and make it easier to get around: Pressing “b” when you are viewing a message or have selected a message in your inbox will let you snooze it; holding down Shift and then pressing “t” will open up the Tasks panel and add your currently open or selected message as a new item; and pressing “g” and then “k” will open up the Tasks panel, regardless of what else you’re doing. (Just be sure you’ve activated the keyboard shortcuts option in the “General” section of Gmail’s settings first.)

20. Remember Gmail Labs? That’s gone in the new Gmail, but you can find many of the same options in a newly added “Advanced” section within the site’s settings. Click the gear icon in the upper-right corner of the screen, select “Settings,” then select the “Advanced” tab at the top of the screen. Useful features such as templates, custom keyboard shortcuts, and the ability to turn on an Outlook-like preview pane await.”

25 tips for getting the most out of the new Gmail features


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