In the early days of email, messages were simple text meant to be read on a terminal. But with the growth of the web came the advent of HTML email, and overnight people began expressing themselves through bold and italics, colors and images, and whatever else their creativity inspired.
If you like to use a specific text style for your messages, you’ve had to change the font every time you’re about to start typing out an email. Now, you can turn on default text styling from the Labs tab.
You can turn it on by clicking Settings at top-right in Gmail, then Labs. Find the “Default Text Styling” Lab and select Enable. Make sure to click Save at the top. Then Navigate to Settings > General and locate the “Default text style” section. This is where you can configure the default font, color, size, and style to your liking. Make sure to click Save at the bottom of the browser window to save your changes when done.
What is it?
Google Drive is an upgrade of Google Docs, that allows you to easily store your files online with Google, but also access and synchronise them offline from your PC, Mac, Tablet or Smart phone.
It builds on the existing Google Docs platform, so you can still do everything you used to do (like real time collaboration, editing documents in a browser, and simple sharing with secure links), but now you get more space for free, advanced search features (including OCR scanning through images of scanned documents) and offline sync capabilities.
Access your files anywhere
Google Drive on your Mac, PC or mobile device (or your browser) gives you a single place for up-to-date versions of your files from anywhere. In addition to any file type you choose to upload, Google Docs are also stored in Google Drive.
Bring your files to life
Share individual files or whole folders with individual people, your entire team or even customers, vendors and partners. Create and reply to comments on files to get feedback or add ideas.
5GB Free storage
Is space at a premium in your Google Docs folder? Good news from Mountain View, then, as it’s just stealth-increased the free storage allowance for its cloud-based document editor.
McDonalds IT Clients
This is being rolled out over the coming weeks, and we will be in touch when this is available for you to use.
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