Undo sent message in Gmail

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Gmail add a new feature in their Labs, it’s the Undo Send. The function gives you a 5 seconds to cancel your sent message.

How to activate?

Go to Settings>Labs>Scroll Down until you find Undo Send> click Enable> then scroll down and click Save Settings.

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It’s a cool thing that Gmail give its user but I wish that they could extend the time allowance to at least 10-15 second.

via Lifehacker

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Receive Your Email From Different Gmail Account

Gmail has a free email forwarding that send all inbox to your main Gmail account.

To setup this settings Log in to your secondary Gmail account.

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Go to Setting on the top right corner of your Gmail page

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In Settings click Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab

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Then in Forwarding: put your main account wherein you want to receive all the emails from your multiple account then select keep Gmail copy from the inbox

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That’s it all your emails from your multiple Gmail account will now be sent to your main Gmail account, and yes, not like Yahoo! Gmail offers you this for free!

Personalized Handwriting Fonts

As a graphic artist I must have good number of fonts installed in my computer for my designs, it’s not only about the color combination and effects, fonts still matters. There are thousands or maybe millions of english fonts today.

But have you ever wish to have your own personalized fonts? I mean your OWN handwriting will be your own personalized fonts? Cool eh!?

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YourFonts offers a FREE service that turns your handwriting to a true type fonts! Not only that! its easy as A-B-C! All you need is printer, a pen, and a scanner!

The how? READ and DO!

  1. Download and print the PDF Template or Save the JPEG file.
  2. Use a suitable pen to write on the template they prefer a black permanent marker of fine or medium tickness.
  3. Scan it
  4. Save it
  5. Upload it
  6. Preview it
  7. Download it
  8. Install it
  9. USE IT!!!

So easy eh? Again not only its easy… its FREE!

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