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How To Duplicate An Email Draft To Multiple Copies On Gmail?

Suppose you have created a draft in your Gmail email box and now you want to send that specific message to many addresses but separately. We already wrote a lesson, providing you best solution for this but then some emailed us requesting some old school trick of duplicating drafts.

Canned Response is one easy solution for such issues, you can know more about Gmail Canned Responses here. Or continue reading this lesson and learn creating multiple copies of drafts so that you can easily send them one by one just by pasting a new email address every-time.

Likewise you know, when a new email message is composed, it is auto-saved to drafts and when the email is dispatched, it automatically moves to the sent folder. So by default you can only create multiple drafts by saving same message again and again. To do this you will need to hit ‘Compose’ button, paste message and then hit close button.

Another way of doing same thing but in automation is to authorize a Google Script. Once authorized, you will need to select a draft, then set the number of duplicate copies to make for it.

Copied drafts automatically includes the text, subject line, and attachments. This works pretty handy when you’re sending same email to multiple addresses and don’t want to carbon copy them.

Discover New Ideas On Google Fonts & Color Schemes From Every New Google Chrome Tab

Every new tab of your Google Chrome web browser can instantly bring new ideas for you about awesome Google Fonts and Color Schemes to use in your presentation, website, document or whatever.

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How To Receive Google Forms Data In An Email Message?

People use Google forms as a quick way to see and manage responses, create online forms and surveys or get answers to questions etc. In this lesson you will learn how to get actual data of inquiry other than just notification when someone fills your form.

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Easily Remove Annoying Elements From Any Website On The Go

You can hide any unwanted or annoying element or section from any webpage you visit. It all takes one or two clicks and the element is removed. There are various apps and extensions that lets you do this on your web browser. In this lesson we will talk about some of the best handpicked extensions you can use in your web browser to get rid of unwanted website elements.

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How To Hide Promoted Tweets And Trends From Twitter?

Twitter allows its users to opt out from tailored advertisements and enable or disable tracking. Although, opting out doesn’t removes all tailored advertisements (advertisements containing promoted tweets & trends etc) by Twitter. Instead it prevents Twitter from collecting external data in order to modify what type of ads you receive on your account’s home page.

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Google Cloud Vision API (BETA) Is Now Open For Developers

Recently Google has announced BETA release of it’s Google Cloud Vision API which can be a great service for developers. The API provides developers access to high value service that let’s anyone to develop and build up an idea. Anyone can make use of it and submit images to understand the content in them and detect objects such as car, dish, bird, read text or identify product logos and more.

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Google Is Turning Off Picasa To Focus Entirely On Google Photos

Picasa, the popular web photo album service by Google is finally going to be turned off by the company. Google has recently announced to move on from Picasa and focus entirely on single photo service i.e. Google Photos.

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How To Download Your Gmail And Other Google Data?

Keeping access to your Gmail data and being able to backup all important stuff is important. Email data of most of us contains important events of life, precious memories and sometimes very important and sensitive information.

In this lesson we’re rolling out the ability to generate and export a copy of your Gmail and Google Calendar data. We will make it very easy for you to understand how you can back up your data to keep a local copy or move to another service.

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Sync & Access Your Passwords From Anywhere With Google Password Manager

All your passwords from Google Chrome and Android are saved with Google Smart Lock and can be easily accessed from across all your devices. Chrome has a built-in password manager that prompts you to save password whenever you login to any website.

Saved passwords are automatically synced to Google Password Manager and can be accessed anytime from any device via Google Account. Once passwords are synced they come automatically available after you login to Chrome from any device.

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How To Use Gmail As Mailing List And Newsletter System?

You can now easily create mailing lists from Google Contacts on your Gmail account, then compose email newsletters of your blog content and start sending them in minutes.

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Find Which Of Your Emails Are Being Tracked & Block All Email Tracking Scripts

Email tracking is a method of monitoring the delivery followed by other action done by the recipient. Most of the tracking technologies use some form of digitally time-stamped record in order to reveal the exact time and date that an email was received, opened and clicked.

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Automatically Grab & Save Contacts From Web To Gmail

You visit a web page with some contact you’d like to save to Gmail. In general, what you do is open your Google Contacts by clicking Gmail icon in the top-left corner of your Gmail page, then choose Contacts and follow on-screen steps to create a new contact then save it.

Wouldn’t it be easier if there was a button for automatically saving any contact detail anywhere on web to your Gmail or to any address book? Now there is one such app called Evercontact.

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