Intermediate Gmail

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The presentation from our "Intermediate Gmail" course.

Learn more about Gmail, a free email service, set-up an account, and learn new skills such as vacation responders, labels, and themes.

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  • InboxClick on a starClick on the “Starred” label in the right hand side-columnYou’re on the starred pageNotes: Advanced Gmail, using Labs to give you many more starred options through Superstar
  • InboxClick SettingsAt SettingsClick Web ClipsWeb ClipsClick CheckboxHave Checkbox EmptyThis only eliminates the ads that appear above your messages/inbox. You cannot remove the side “sponsored” ads
  • InboxChatbox“Add contact”Add contact boxSend InvitesChat Box opensChat box illuminates
  • InboxCheckboxesHighlighted MessagesLabelsLabel BoxCreate New LabelNew Label Message BoxHighlighted Create New BoxMessage Box with text (“newspapers”)OkayLabeled messages
  • InboxMove ToMove To BoxHighlighted NewspapersRemoved messages in the inboxBe sure to point out that the new message, that was moved to “newspapers” is shown in the sidebar.Also, point out that messages do not need to be pre-labeled in order to be moved.
  • InboxHighlighted Search BoxAdded “Gmail” to Search BoxHighlighted “Search Mail”Searched mail result
  • InboxClick SettingsSettingsScroll downVacation responder highlightedBe sure to mention the feature in Gmail labs called “Vacation Time!” where you can set your vacation time and your vacation responder will automatically stop so that you don’t have to stop it manuallyAlso, when you have this on, you’ll see a message at the top reminding you to turn it off until you do.You turn it off by clicking the button that says “Vacation responder off”
  • InboxClick SettingsSettings PageClick ThemesThemes PageClick ShinyNew Shiny page!- Mention advanced Gmail, create your own theme! (Under “Choose your own colors”)
  • InboxClick SettingsSettings PageClick FiltersClick Create a New FilterFilters DialogHighlighted Filter OptionsInsert “from baldwinpubliclibrary@gmail.com”Highlighted “Next Step”Next DialogHighlighted filter optionsHighlighted “create a filter”New filter page under settings- Use this with labels to clean up your inbox quickly and to move unwanted mail
  • InboxClick SettingsSettings BoxClick “Accounts and Import”Accounts and Import PageHighlighted PageFor more information or help, schedule a one-on-one with a librarian.
  • Intermediate Gmail

    1. 1. Intermediate  Gmail More  about  Web-­‐Based  Email From  the Baldwin  Public  Library
    2. 2. Gmail  Basics • Your  Instructor: Kathryn  Bergeron Adult  Services  Librarian 248/554-­‐4650 Kathryn.Bergeron@baldwinlib.org
    3. 3. Computer  &  Internet  Use  @   the  Library • Acceptable  Use  Policy – Obey  all  laws  regarding  copyright – No  obscene/harmful  to  minors  material – No  damage  to  equipment  or  network – No  personal  soSware – No  illegal  acTviTes
    4. 4. Internet  Safety   • Privacy – Personal  informaTon – Passwords – Financial  informaTon • Security – Email,  chat,  other  services • Safety – MeeTng  online  “friends”
    5. 5. Intro  to  Gmail  –  What  You  Learned 1. CreaTng  an  account 2. Access  your  Gmail 3. Send  a  message 4. Reply  to  a  message 5. Forward  a  message 6. Delete  a  message 7. Sign  out 8. A^ach  a  file 9. Change  your  password
    6. 6. What  You  Will  Learn 1. Using  stars 2. Chabng 3. Using  Labels 4. Move  to: 5. Searching  mail: 6. VacaTon  responder 7. Using  filters 8. Google  Calendar 9. Google  Docs
    7. 7. Using  Stars
    8. 8. Using  Stars
    9. 9. Using  Stars
    10. 10. Using  Stars
    11. 11. Chabng
    12. 12. Chabng
    13. 13. Chabng
    14. 14. Chabng
    15. 15. Chabng
    16. 16. Chabng
    17. 17. Chabng
    18. 18. Using  Labels
    19. 19. Using  Labels
    20. 20. Using  Labels
    21. 21. Using  Labels
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    24. 24. Using  Labels
    25. 25. Using  Labels
    26. 26. Using  Labels
    27. 27. Using  Labels
    28. 28. Using  Labels
    29. 29. Move  To
    30. 30. Move  To
    31. 31. Move  To
    32. 32. Move  To
    33. 33. Move  To
    34. 34. Searching  Mail
    35. 35. Searching  Mail
    36. 36. Searching  Mail
    37. 37. Searching  Mail
    38. 38. Searching  Mail
    39. 39. VacaTon  Responder
    40. 40. VacaTon  Responder
    41. 41. VacaTon  Responder
    42. 42. VacaTon  Responder
    43. 43. VacaTon  Responder
    44. 44. VacaTon  Responder
    45. 45. VacaTon  Responder
    46. 46. Using  Filters
    47. 47. Using  Filters
    48. 48. Using  Filters
    49. 49. Using  Filters
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    59. 59. Using  Filters
    60. 60. Google  Calendar
    61. 61. Google  Docs
    62. 62. Google  Reader
    63. 63. Other  Resources • Resources! 1. Gmail  Labs:  Open  Gmail  and  go  to  Sebngs  >>  Labs 2. Gmail  Help:  Open  Gmail  and  click  “Help”  in  the   upper  right  hand  corner 3. Gmail  Blog:  h^p://gmailblog.blogspot.com/ 4. Gmail  Tips:  h^p://www.google.com/mail/help/ Tps.html  (become  a  Gmail  Ninja!) 5. What’s  New:  h^p://www.google.com/mail/help/ about_whatsnew.html  
    64. 64. For  more  informaTon… Kathryn  Bergeron Adult  Services  Librarian 248/554-­‐4650 Kathryn.Bergeron@baldwinlib.org PresentaTon  Slides  Available  at: h^p://www.slideshare.net/KABergeron/gmail2

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