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Now Use Gmail Without Internet; Here’s How To

The search engine giant Google continuously bringing new changes to the widely used email service called Gmail, as in last month we witnessed that the company changed the look of the Gmail. And after the Google I/O 2018 event, the company introduced new Artificial Intelligence (AI) powered features to the email client. Well, now the developers of Gmail have announced yet another feature which the real game changer, and the most wanted feature by the users.

The developers of Gmail now rolling out the offline support, which means now you don’t need to get connected to the internet to use the Gmail. With the offline support, you can able to read, archive, search, delete and write emails even without the internet connectivity. Having said that, everything will be synced across devices once you connected with a network. Well, you will not get the new of offline support directly, as you need to do something before to gain the feature. To get the offline support, you need to follow the steps.

How to get the offline support in Gmail

  • First of all, you need to update or download the Chrome 61.
  • Now open Gmail and head to the ‘Settings’, which is placed on the right side of the screen.
  • In the Settings and Click ‘Offline’.
  • Now check the ‘Enable offline mail’ option, and change the settings according to your needs.

That’s all, now you can use Gmail even without the internet connectivity. Personally speaking, this is a really handy feature as now the users can do their work even in unstable internet connection. So, what do you think about the new offline support??? Do let us know in the comments section below and also drop your doubts. We will happy to help you and read our ‘Guides‘ for more helpful articles.

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