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Gmail adds setting to store multiple signature options

Gmail adds setting to store multiple signature options

One size email signature might not fit all. You probably don't want to end a casual message with your long business signature, or if you regularly communicate with someone in a different language, it might be a little strange to end your message in your native language. Thankfully, Gmail now lets you store multiple signatures and pick between them from the compose window.

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Inbox 1.8 Is Now Open To Everyone, Adds Swipe To Delete, Signatures, Trip Bundles, And More [APK Download]

Inbox 1.8 Is Now Open To Everyone, Adds Swipe To Delete, Signatures, Trip Bundles, And More [APK Download]

Ever since its first release, Inbox by Gmail has been donning more and more features, all priming it for its graduation from an invite-only state to a public release. And that moment is now. Inbox no longer requires an invite for regular Gmail users and Work customers, and has gained a couple of interesting capabilities along the way.

First up, and Hallelujah, you should be able to switch the default action for swiping from marking an email as done to deleting it.

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The Inbox By Gmail Team Is Working On Signatures And Delete, But Don't Hold Your Breath For Mark As Unread

The Inbox By Gmail Team Is Working On Signatures And Delete, But Don't Hold Your Breath For Mark As Unread

As he is wont to do, Artem likes to grumble on Google+ about various apps, services, devices, and things that don't work as perfectly as he expects them to. His latest bout of complaints hit Inbox, Google's recent effort to modernize and simplify email management, and addressed the lack of Mark as unread, labels, signatures, and an easy way to trash items. If you've ever received an email from the man, you'd know he loves his "Sincerely, Artem" signature, which might come after a friendly request, a question, a thanks, or a command to fix something in an article as fast as (and preferably faster than) your fingers can type and click.

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