Gmail training and help

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Gmail lets you send and search for messages, organize your inbox, and build relationships with integrated chat and video meetings.

Get Gmail: Web (mail.google.com)Android, or iOS

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 Test your Gmail knowledge

As you read the Gmail guides below, check what you've learned by taking the following quizzes:

Migrate old mail

Where was your data before you moved to G Suite?
 

If you previously used... Then...
Microsoft Outlook

Choose one of the following:

HCL Notes (formerly IBM Notes) Set import options in Gmail. For details, see Check emails from other accounts.

Other webmail providers, such as:

  • Gmail.com
  • Webmail services that use POP3, such as Yahoo!, Apple iCloud, and AOL
  • Another G Suite account
  • Internet service providers (ISPs) that use IMAP, such as GoDaddy, Rackspace, 1&1 IONOS, or Bluehost

Set import options in Gmail. For details, see Check emails from other accounts.

 

Learn Gmail basics

What email provider did you use before G Suite?
 

If you previously used... Read this guide...
Microsoft Outlook

Switching to Gmail from Microsoft Outlook

HCL Notes (formerly IBM Notes)

Switching to Gmail from HCL Notes

Other email providers, such as:

  • Gmail.com
  • Webmail services that use POP3, such as Yahoo!, Apple iCloud, and AOL
  • Another G Suite account
  • Internet service providers (ISPs) that use IMAP, such as GoDaddy, Rackspace, 1&1, or Bluehost

Get started with the new integrated Gmail

Get started with Gmail

What you'll learn:

  • Create and send email
  • Organize your inbox
  • Find email
  • Create signatures
  • Start a video meeting and send messages
  • Use other tools in Gmail

Cheat sheets

Integrated Gmail experience cheat sheet

Need a quick reference for starting a chat or joining a video meeting in Gmail? Download this cheat sheet.

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Gmail cheat sheet

Need a quick reference for the Gmail basics you've learned? Download this cheat sheet.

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Google Meet in Gmail quick start

Learn how to start and join video meetings from Gmail.

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Productivity guides

Top 10 things to know about the integrated Gmail experience

Learn about the top features in the new integrated Gmail experience.

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Troubleshoot issues with integrated Gmail

Get troubleshooting help with the new integrated Gmail experience.

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Set up mail delegation

Whether you're someone's assistant or you're just stepping in for your manager for a week, learn how to compose and respond to Gmail messages on someone else's behalf.

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Choose your inbox type

Whether you want to prioritize messages automatically (Priority Inbox), categorize email (tabbed inbox), or show several inboxes in one view (multiple inboxes), customize Gmail to fit the way you work.

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10 G Suite tips to optimize your inbox

Are you lost in your inbox or spending hours in a maze of folders? Here are 10 ways to make your inbox work for you so you can focus on the important tasks.

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10 G Suite tips to improve communication

Are you overloaded with email conversations? Is your inbox out of control? Email is great, but sometimes it becomes overwhelming. Here are some tips that will help you communicate more effectively and get out of conversation chaos.

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Plan and hold meetings from anywhere

Learn how to prepare for, hold, and follow up after team meetings by using G Suite tools such as Calendar and Drive together.

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Get started with Tasks

Keep track of your daily to-do list, organize multiple lists, and track important deadlines with Google Tasks.

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G Suite keyboard shortcuts

Get shortcuts for G Suite products such as Chrome Browser, Gmail, Calendar, and Drive.

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G Suite Solutions Gallery

Get ideas for solving common business challenges with Google Apps Script.

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Tips

More resources

Visit the Gmail Help Center.


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