when it comes to email, there have been many brands that lay claims to be the best clients. Some of these are best suited for corporations, some for personal, while others can be used perfectly well for both.
Gmail is synonymous for being an email client that is used for both personal as well as work profiles. As Gmail evolved, the search giant introduced its own browser and created additional plugins that took the best of its email service and made it even better.
There are many plugins out there to get take Gmail to the next level, and we’ve listed a few for you.
It is no secret that Gmail has a few security bugs lurking in the background. Google‘s teams work tirelessly to fix the bugs, but the creators of this plugin give you the extra security when sending emails. Mailvelope adds end-to-end encryption to all your emails, thus assuring that your email is read only by the recipient.
This easy to set up plugin creates a custom, business card style stamp at the end of every email that you send (or for selected ones). In addition to showing off your credentials with a picture of yourself, the plugin allows you to add links to multiple social network websites as well. Purchasing the plugin gives you access to wider range of features and customizations that are not available in the trial version.
3. Rename Email
There are times when you often receive emails with the most irritating subject lines, or some emails are important but the subject lines do not convey the importance of the message. With Rename Email, checking again on your mail could get easier for you. This handy extension allows you to customize the subject line of any emails you receive.
4. Boomerang for Gmail
Asking someone else to send an email at a specific time or keeping reminders to send one will be a thing of the past. With Boomerang, you can schedule your emails easily in few simple steps. The premium version of the extension unlocks more features including scheduling recurring messages, email tracking, etc.
5. The Top Inbox for Gmail
Another extension which helps in scheduling emails is The Top Inbox. The interface is simple and you can get used to it in a matter of minutes. You can track emails to see if it has been read or not, or can schedule replies to certain emails depending on a set rules.
There is always the possibility that your files are backed up to more than just one cloud service — be it Google Drive, OneDrive or Dropbox. Perhaps that’s why Dropbox introduced its own extension for Chrome which allows you to directly attach files to your emails without opening a separate session on your browser.
This handy extension takes managing your inbox from easy to clutter-free. Timing your replies for a specific email, to tracking emails that you haven’t received any reply to are available in specific tabs. Digging around through your email would be a thing of the past with this extension .
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