This product by Google has been the most valuable tool for any conversation. Gmail is mostly used by email clients as its support is fantastic. Also, they provide many features that we are unknown of. If you are a daily user of Gmail, you should definitely check these hidden Gmail features.
The filter helps you to arrange all of your emails systematically. You can even add some specific filters to ignore the spams or a particular mail address. You won't use filters if you are not more into email stuff but if you do, then it is a diamond for you.
Have a look at this video to know more about the priority Inbox by Gmail.
1. Open your Gmail account, go to settings.
2. Go to "Grant access to your account" section and click add another account.
3. Add your respective account. It will send an invitation to that email, and then they can access that account with that email.
Now, you can sync all your contacts with Gmail. It will help you have a backup of your contacts. You can access these contacts from any device with the same account.
Eventually, a contact that has been deleted from your phone will also be removed from Gmail once you sync it. But, with Gmail, you have the option of recovering the contact within 30 days. Isn't this great?
Update a calendar event, saving the task or a reminder is easy to set with calendar feature in Gmail. You can access the to-do list or reminders anywhere across the devices. You can share the events with your friends as well.
Now access your Gmail even without Data network or WiFi. Want to know more? Watch this video.
Gmail provides 'Last Account Activity' feature which shows last five activities in your account.
Just click on 'Details' at the bottom of your Gmail page. It will show you the last five activities with the IP address, date and time.
This service is available in US and UK for now but if your account is connected with Google Wallet then you can use this feature easily. Just tap on it then select the amount. That's it.
These features helped me a lot, now I use most of them in my primary account. What do you think of these features?