Google Finally Introduces Offline Gmail, Check Details

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Gmail is an popular mailing service with billions of users around world, and the Google email service owns 18 percent of the email client market share. 

More so, about 75 percent of the people open their Gmail on their mobile devices. With that in mind, Google has now launched the ability to take Gmail offline.

As per the tech giant Google, users will now be able to read, respond to, and search their Gmail messages even when they aren’t connected to the internet. 

This comes as a breakthrough feature from Google, and will work very well in places with low connectivity or no internet, especially in remote areas. 

Turning on Gmail offline is also easy, and users can do so in a few simple steps. Check how you can do it on the next slides.

1. Go to Google says that Gmail offline will only work on Google Chrome, and will only work if you are browsing in normal mode, not Incognito.

2. Once you are in your inbox, click the Settings icon. 3. Tap "See All Settings." 4. Once you are on the page, click the "Offline" tab.

5. Click the "Enable offline mail" checkbox. 6. Select how many days of emails you want to sync with your Gmail. 7. Tap “Save Changes"

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