Gmail is undoubtedly the most widely used email service. Gmail was used by nearly 1.8 billion people last year, and Google’s email service has an 18% market share of email clients. Additionally, nearly 75% of consumers access Gmail from mobile devices. With that in mind, Google has now made it possible to take Gmail offline.
According to the Mountain View, California-based internet giant, users can now read, reply to, and search through their Gmail messages even when they’re not connected to the internet.
This is a breakthrough tool from Google that is especially useful in areas with limited or no internet access, such as the United States. B. remote areas, will be useful. Disabling Gmail is just as easy and users can do it in a few simple steps.
- Navigate to mail.google.com. According to Google, Gmail only works offline on Google Chrome when browsing in standard mode, not in incognito mode.
- From your inbox, click the Settings or Gear button.
- “Show all settings” should be selected.
- On the page, select the Offline option.
- Check the box next to “Enable offline email.” Gmail will show new settings as soon as you click the checkbox.
- You can choose how many days to sync emails with Gmail.
- Google shows the free space on your computer and offers you the option to keep offline data on the computer or delete all offline data.
- After deciding whether to keep or delete offline data, click Save Changes and Gmail will be active offline on your computer.