Technology & Education

Few Google Facts and Gmail Tricks

Papri Ghosh
20 Oct 2016
Read Time : 5 Minutes
Few Google Facts and Gmail Tricks
  • We are getting two email account when creating one – Yes when we are creating our gmail account by sign up from the www.gmail.com, we are getting two different email id; one having @gmail.com and another having @googlemail.com i.e. if I am making paprighosh@gmail.com, automatically another email address paprighosh@googlemail.com are being created.
  • Google’s 1st tweet on February 2009 was “I'm 01100110 01100101 01100101 01101100 01101001 01101110 01100111 00100000 01101100 01110101 01100011 01101011 01111001 00001010.”
  • Google processes approximately 20 Petabytes (1 Petabytes = 1000 Terabytes) of information daily.
  • Dispatch mail from numerous accounts by heading to Settings and selecting “Account and Import” tab. In the "Send mail as" section, you will get the procedure here.
  • You can view the stars and satellite view from https://www.google.com/sky/ easily.
  • You can stop sending the emails which has accidentally sent within few seconds of sending it. For enabling this you have to click on the “Undo Send” button from the Settings options.
  • The total turnover of Google in the last year (2015) is $74.5 Billion. Till now the average turnover of Google is $50 Billion approximately.
  • The most imperative attribute in all of Gmail is Gmail Offline. It's a Chrome additional feature room that agree you to read, react to, explore, and store emails with no Internet connection. Click on the gear icon (top right) > Settings, then click the Gmail Offline tab. You'll require letting the extension sync and download emails for a little while before you get offline. The extension doesn't take up any space on your hard drive.
  • You can schedule your email and send it later whenever you want. Download the Boomerang Gmail Plug-in and then you can choose the specific time of your email which you want to send later. This plug-in also enables you to push your read emails to the top of your mail box when you schedule it.