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Read more about G Suite users will now have single profile photo for Google, Gmail on Business Standard. This new change simplifies things by allowing a user to set a single profile picture in one place and then displaying that single photo across all Google apps
It's easy to attach a file in an iPhone email using the new format bar in Mail with iOS 13, or in the Gmail app. Here's how to do both.
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Google has begun its extended rollout of dark mode for Gmail. It will turn on automatically if dark mode is switched on for your Android 10 or iOS 13 device, but the rollout may take longer than two weeks for some people.
Here's how to turn on Gmail's dark mode in Android 10.
Gmail to get dark mode soon - Google first started testing it on Android in early 2019 for handful of users in limited areas
The only way to remove a Gmail account from your Android device is by removing its associated Google account. You can stop Gmail from syncing new emails, but if you want to get rid of a certain Google account from your phone or tablet, here's how.
With the latest version of Gmail's Android app, you can swipe up or down on your profile picture in the top right of the app to switch between your accounts. Alternatively, you can tap on your profile picture to select from a full list.
Here are five things in technology that happened this past week and how they affect your business. Did you miss them?
While Slack is trying to kill email, a new email startup backed by Kleiner Perkins is trying to make corporate email more like Slack. Consider is an email service for startups that balances some premium individual features with collaboration tools that it hopes will help them bring startups on...
Meet Hiver, a service that lets you collaborate on generic email addresses, such as, support@, sales@, etc. Hiver isn't the only company working on shared inboxes. But compared to Front, everything happens in Gmail directly. To be fair, Front has been doing a fantastic job...

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