In this hectic and busy life, it’s really hard to manage so many online accounts like gmail, facebook, instagram, linkedin, twitter etc.
To ease up your life, here are some really convenient and free apps that you can use to manage your gmail account easily & systematically.
1. Unsubscriber for Gmail (free, iOS) is the quickest way to unsubscribe from newsletters and mailing lists
The app will scan your Gmail account for any email lists you may be signed up for. All you need to do is swipe left to unsubscribe and swipe right to stay subscribed. It’s a super-quick and easy way to clean up your inbox!
2. Mailburn (free, iOS) turns your Gmail threads into chats.
The app strips away quoted text and other distractions, so you can get stuff done.
3. Gmail Offline (free) allows you to read, respond to, search, and archive mail without internet.
The extension syncs your messages and actions while you’re connected to the internet. When you lose your connection, open a new tab, and click Gmail Offline. Then… BAM! There are all of your emails.
4. With Boomerang, you can schedule emails to be sent at a later time.
Trick your co-workers into thinking you’re up early on email! (JK, but actually.) This extension works on Firefox, Chrome, and Safari.You can schedule 10 emails per month for free.
5. Ugly Email checks if your email is being tracked.
The Chrome extension shows an “evil eye” next to Gmail emails from retailers or publications that are being tracked. It’s free to download.
6. Insert GIFs without ever leaving your email with Giphy for Gmail.
This Chrome extension adds a Giphy icon to your compose window so you can search, discover, and insert GIFs right in Gmail.
7. Unroll.me is a free website that can combine all of your subscriptions into one email.
All you have to do is log in with your Gmail account. And for the subscriptions you don’t want, you can unsubscribe with one click.
8. Back up all of your Gmail data with Google Takeout.
This is Google’s in-house tool for exporting all of your email, contacts, and calendar information. It’s good practice to do this every once in a while — just in case your account gets hacked and you can’t access your email. You can export all Gmail messages or just select labels.