Gmail was as of late updated after a long stretch of around a long time since its released in 2004. Of all the outstanding features, the new and updated Gmail ticks all the containers that make it an email customer that the clients have been foreseeing for a considerable length of time. Presently, Gmail’s new feature where it can be utilized without a web connection on the off chance that you enable the Gmail Offline Mode.
Gmail Offline mode gives you a chance to utilize the email benefit without a dynamic web association by sparing messages on your hard drive. You can look at your inbox, make new messages, and take the joy of hitting the Send button. The email lives in the Outbox until the point that the web connectivity is up once more.
The Gmail Offline Mode is as of now accessible on Chrome browser version 61. While the options is currently taking off to most clients, it could even now require some time for some different clients. Curiously, Google permitted the clients already to work offline through a different Google Chrome Offline application, in any case, the support in the work area rendition is an appreciated move by the organization.
How to enable Gmail Offline Mode?
In spite of the fact that Gmail Offline Mode is accessible on the desktop version, it isn’t actuated by default. Sympathetically continue with the steps mentioned below to enable Gmail Offline Mode.
- Open Gmail and click on the Menu Option in the top-right corner.
- Go to Settings and click the Offline tab.
- Enable offline mail checkbox and now, you can choose the number of days for which you want to store emails.
- Next, decide whether you want to keep offline data or delete it when you log out of your Gmail account on that device or change your password.
- One done select Save Changes.
In spite of the fact that we are living in the period of dependably on internet connection, the accessibility of offline mode in different administrations is still invited by many.
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