Was ist Gmail?
Cloudbasierte Lösung, mit der Unternehmen E-Mails über mehrere Nutzerkonten hinweg senden, empfangen, organisieren, übersetzen und planen können.
Wer verwendet Gmail?
Die Lösung wurde für Unternehmen jeder Größe entwickelt und ist eine cloudbasierte E-Mail-Marketing-Lösung, die bei der Erstellung nutzerdefinierter Adressen hilft, Massen-E-Mails sendet und vieles mehr.
Wo kann Gmail bereitgestellt werden?
Cloud, SaaS, webbasiert, Mac (Desktop), Windows (Desktop), Android (mobil), iPhone (mobil), iPad (mobil)
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Ich finde das Programm super benutzerfreundlich und es bietet viele Extras.
Es ist nicht immer klar, in wie weit meine Daten sicher sind.
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Best email service without downloading an email client
Kommentare: Excellent. I've been going Gmail strong for over 15 years now.
Gmail's search function is what keeps me coming back. Outlook's search function is terrible. I love that I can also have multiple Gmail email addresses and have the email forwarded from them to the main one I use. This is helpful when subcontracting and I get assigned a company email. I have a subcontractor Outlook account that is a pain to use. I also use the labels and email filters which are super helpful. I can't stand that Outlook puts emails in a different subfolder b/c I forget to check it and miss emails. But Gmail keeps it in the inbox and applies the label to it. Gmail also has a free scheduling tool called Koalendar that is just like Calendly but better.
I don't like the ads for personal gmail or the privacy concerns. For business gmail, I don't have any ads and that's helpful. It doesn't integrate with Google meeting as well as I'd like (and Google Meeting isn't that great). I no longer use the chat function, but I used to about 10 years ago.
I always come back to Gmail
I've tried quite a few different email clients, both for personal and for business purposes, but nothing competes with Gmail in my eyes. To me, the biggest benefits are the ease of creating and using multiple accounts, the better-than-average search feature, and the powerful filtering feature. These three aspects are key to keeping me organized—I can separate personal, professional, and spam content, quickly navigate past emails to find key terms from past messages, and set up automatic features that keep my inbox clean while still enabling me to save all the emails I'm interested in receiving. I'm also really loving Gmail's integration with my Calendar(?), which pulls important deadline dates from my emails and gives me push notifications to remind me to take action!
Over the past few years, I've only had two major concerns about Gmail! First, I don't find the Social and Promotions inboxes to be well-designed enough to be worth using. The delineations tend to feel arbitrary, and I don't personally find it to be a time-saver. I would personally prefer inbox options that made it easier to pull out emails TRULY sent directly to me (not sent to an email list or even BCC recipients) and perhaps an inbox that pulled out emails mentioning dates/timelines/expiration dates so that I could prioritize those. Second, I find the Auto-Responder system frustratingly basic. Right now, it suffices to set out of office alerts for vacations, but it's a bit "all or nothing"—on or off, directed to everyone or not. I would like to see two options: (1) the ability to set recurring Auto-Responders to reflect recurring time off or similar and (2) the ability to set Auto-Responders to reply only to those with whom a user has NOT previously corresponded. Right now, the system allows users to set responses to Contacts Only, but adding every person with whom one corresponds to one's contacts is incredibly time-consuming. Being able to do so in bulk or use another workaround would be incredibly helpful!
Gmail is one of the best email client for personal uses but not for professionals
Kommentare: Gmail is very powerful for personal use but in my work I prefer Outlook mostly for the searches and filters I have to use every day to find old emails and for the options of customization that Gmail does not have.
Gmail is very colourful and it is totally synchronized with Google Drive, Calendar and the complete Google environment. Definitely this is the best thing from Gmail. But as an email client, I do not like it a lot. For example, the screen is split in 2, left with the list of emails and right with the specific email you are checking, but Gmail is not very flexible with the size of the 2 lists, so it has a minimum size that for laptops is too big.
I don't recommend it for professional use, it is not very powerful for filters and searches and you cannot really customized it in terms of size of screens and options. Making a complex search is sometimes difficult.
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Kommentare: My overall experience with Gmail has been great. The features used are handy and easy to navigate and control! I will recommend Gmail to my colleagues and coworkers. I used Gmail through my time at UGA and continue to for personal and work related issues.
Filtering, searching, archiving, management is all available and extremely easy to use on this platform! I like gmail because it is very easy to understand and comprehensive what’s going on throughout the site. Anyone can use it, along with the features given!
I’m not sure there are many things I don’t like about this software aside from some deleted mail not being able to be found after a certain amount of time which is expected and the biggest of only a few issues I’ve ever had with other mail services and software.