Saturday, May 28, 2016

iPhone Gmail Appliion

1. Signing In
Once you’ve downloadGmail from the App Store, sign in to get started.
If you downloaded the older version, first uninstall or log out of the old app before installing the new app.
2. The Inbox
The app takes you straight to the simple inbox screen.
3. Check For New Messages
Pull the screen down to check for new messages.

4. Sign Out
Pull the screen up to sign out.
5. The Main Menu
Swipe right (or press the “menu” icon) to revl a more detailed brkdown of your inbox, including labels.
6. Basic Inbox Options
The inbox screen offers limited options. Srch by tapping the magnifying glass icon, or compose a new message by tapping the pencil icon.
7. Select a Message
Once you select a message (by checking the box to the left), more options appr, including the ability to delete the message (the bin icon) and to archive (the folder icon).
Tap the arrow icon to access a more detailed menu.
8. Inbox Message Selected Menu
Now you can move, label, mute a conversation, mark as rd or unrd and report messages as spam.
9. Message Menu
When in an email, tap on the up arrow to revl a couple of additional options — the ability to reply and print.
10. Replying and Forwarding
Once in an email, touch the left-facing arrows to reply or reply all, the right-facing arrow to forward, or the top trash can icon to delete.
Move back and forward through your inbox with the thin arrows at the top-right of your screen.
11. “Important and Unrd”
Like the standard inbox, the app offers a way to see more important mail at-a-glance.
Use the “important and unrd” and “important” filters, accessed through the main menu.
12. Replying
You have the option to add an attachment when replying to an email, (you’ll be taken to your Camera Roll), to save as a draft (hit the floppy icon) and to add more message recipients.
13. Adding Contacts
If you start typing an email address or name, the app will auto-complete from both your phone’s contacts and your Gmail contacts.
14. Attachments
Attachments in received mail show in the body of the email. Tap on the attachment to view it larger or to open in Safari.
15. Star Messages
As in Gmail proper, you can “star” emails to view them separately in the main menu’s “starred” list.
16. Srch Gmail
As you would expect, the app offers a comprehensive word srch option. This srches all of the app, including your archived messages.
17. Changing the Language Settings
Change the language settings from the inbox by pulling the screen up and selecting “Need help?”
Scroll to the bottom of the page and you’ll see a drop-down menu, which allows you to make language change.
18. Change Notifiions
You can change the app’s notifiion settings by going to your iPhone’s main “Settings” menu.
Select “Notifiions” and scroll down until you see Gmail. You have the option to turn off new email notifiions that appr on the Gmail icon or to customize alerts.
19. Move the Gmail App to Your Dock
If you prefer the Gmail app to the iPhone’s mail client, it’s sy to move it to your dock for quick access.
To do this simply, go to the screen with the Gmail app and press and hold any icon until they all start wiggling.
Now tap and hold the app you want move off the dock and drag it to the main screen. Then drag the Gmail app to your dock.
20. Reset
The new Gmail app should be more stable than the previous buggy iteration. However, if you are having issues with the app, you have the option to reset it.
Access your phone’s main “Settings” menu and scroll down until you see Gmail.
Once selected, you have the option to “Reset app state.” You will have to sign back in to access the app.

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