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A tutorial on how to use Gmail including how to compose emails, add contacts, create folders and perform bulk actions.

The above Gmail tutorial demonstrates how to use all of Gmail’s primary features. Topics covered include adding contacts, composing emails, inbox sorting and email signature setup.

The tutorial is intended for both beginner and advanced Gmail users.  Remember to pause and rewind when necessary.

See Also: Google Drive Tutorial [Video]

Google’s Gmail is one of the leading free email services available on the internet.

Gmail interfaces very well with all of the other Google services including Google Drive, Google Calendar and Google Wallet.

Gmail is the email system that introduced some revolutionary features such as mail archiving, the use of labels instead of folders and the idea of viewing emails in conversation view.

All of these features, as well as some best practice ideas, are discussed in detail in the video above.

Some other Gmail features covered in the tutorial include:

  • Modifying and adjusting the Gmail user interface.
  • Sending emails.
  • Forwarding and replying to emails.
  • Searching, labeling and organizing emails.
  • Creating an email signature.
  • An introduction to Gmail labs.
  • Adjusting inbox settings Gmail.

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