Wednesday, October 4

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Why Am I Getting So Many Emails?
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Why Am I Getting So Many Emails?

If you are feeling more and more overwhelmed as you check your work or personal inbox, you are not alone! It can be difficult to reach the messages that you need the most when your inbox is filled with promotions and spam messages. The issue is that most people aren’t sure why they are receiving so many emails or where these messages are coming from. To give you a little bit of insight as to why you are receiving so many emails, we are going over a few of the most common types of mass emails sent using mass email software. From there, we’ll guide you through a few strategies to help you manage your inbox so it is slightly less overwhelming each day. Plus, we’ll be showing you how companies use gmail mass emails to reach their audience and how you can curate the promotional messages that l...
Now Anyone can use Google Workspace
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Now Anyone can use Google Workspace

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., June 14, 2021-- Google announced a series of updates that build upon its vision to deliver a single, integrated communication and collaboration solution to everyone via Google Workspace. Now, all of the company's three billion-plus existing users across consumer, enterprise, and education have access to the full Google Workspace experience, including Gmail, Chat, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Meet and more. Google Workspace is also launching Workspace Individual, a powerful, easy-to-use solution that was built to help individual business owners grow, run, and protect their business. This new subscription offering provides premium capabilities, including smart booking services, professional video meetings and personalized email marketing, with much more...
Google to Shut Down its Mailing App ‘Inbox’ from March 2019
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Google to Shut Down its Mailing App ‘Inbox’ from March 2019

The technology giant Google that has been launching a lot o new apps for a long time, is now set to shut down its alternate mailing app "Inbox". The platform will discontinue from March 2019 and the company is giving users time to shift to the traditional Gmail by the time. Inbox was launched by Google in 2014 as an innovative new email app that lived alongside Gmail. It acted as an experimental platform for the company to try newer mailing features that could be incorporated in Gmail later. But unfortunately, the new platform could not attract a good number of user base and updates to justify its existence and thus, Google has taken a step to shut is down forever."We want to take a more focussed approach to help us bring the best email experience to everyone. As a result, we're planning t...
Google Makes Paid Storage Plans Cheaper with “Google One” Upgrade
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Google Makes Paid Storage Plans Cheaper with “Google One” Upgrade

Just post its Annual Developer Conference I/O 2018, Google has come out with a new, low-cost storage plan called 'Google One' which is a revamped version of its Google Drive online storage subscription. The new Google One plan will start at 100GB for $1.99 which is the same price as Drive. However, under the new plan, an additional 200GB plan will be available for $2.99. Also, the current 1TB plan for $9.99 will also offer double space of up to 2TB. However, plans larger than 2TB will not be changed in terms of pricing. With more space, smarter options, access to experts and more, Google One is a simple plan for expanded storage with extra benefits to help you get more out of Google → https://t.co/65IdUJmn5Z pic.twitter.com/hJTXvvAWkZ — Google (@Google) May 14, 2018 Pavni Di...
Google I/O 2018: Check out what’s new here!
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Google I/O 2018: Check out what’s new here!

Google I/O 2018, one of the biggest technology event focused on developers has kicked off and is being conducted at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California. Fueling to the expectations, Google launched Android P beta version and all new Google News and also announced the integration of artificial intelligence tools in existing services such as Google Assistant. Here we bring in the top announcements made by Google on the first day of I/O 2018 developer conference. Gmail Gets Smarter Google has launched a maiden UI for Gmail which will now have a slew of AI-based features. There is a new feature called "Smart Compose" which will help to autocomplete emails before a user types and is an extension of "Smart Reply" that helps to bring auto responses. Learn how we’re support...
How China is Blocking the World’s Most Popular Websites
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How China is Blocking the World’s Most Popular Websites

You might be visiting China and already know that you cannot access your Facebook account and post pictures of your tour, but there are a lot more popular websites that are blocked in China. An army of Chinese government blocks and filters some of the most popular websites in the world. Besides the world's most popular American-video sharing website YouTube and Alphabet Inc's Google, even Twitter and Instagram are blocked in China. This operation of filter is world's biggest operation of online censorship aka The Great Firewall of China. China has 731 million internet users which have really tight restrictions around them. During the Communist party in October, China cramped up its online crackdown, blocking American service- Whatsapp and pornographic websites like hdtubemovies in...
Google Allegedly Planning To End Gmail- Source
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Google Allegedly Planning To End Gmail- Source

It appears that search engine giant Google is slowly killing its hugely popular e-mail service, Gmail. No, this doesn't mean that you are losing your e-mail account, but Google is migrating its e-mail services to ‘Inbox By Gmail’. The company has reportedly started notifying users of its experimental 'Inbox By Gmail' service that the new service has replaced their existing Gmail account.   Inbox was launched in October 2014 with aims to help Gmail users better organize emails and display information such as appointments, flight bookings and package deliveries in a more user-friendly way. The app is available on the Web as well as on Android smartphones and iPhones.