This feature i like, especially if you're one writing long emails! ;)
Sorry Google, but I am still going to give you a *** you. The old compose, you know, the one that changed the entire page into a compose was better. Give us that and let the four idiots that thought this was a good design choice, use this.
I am running all my gmail accounts on slow mode or wahtever it is called because hey, compose works the way it should there!
Dear Google: When I hit Shift + R, I'd like my Reply to pop-out into a new window like it ALWAYS has (with keyboard shortcuts enabled), not settle itself in the bottom right-hand corner. Just ugh. Aside from that, I'm loving the new Gmail.
Next up, I'd like to see text formatting added to the mobile version, and not to mention an option to disable conversation view.
I don't like what they're doing to GMAIL.
If it works, don't "fix" it.
Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live.
realneil: Try Mayhem's solution-it's actually the option for dial up or slow connections, Basic HTML.
If you want, try playing around in settings. Here's Google's help page: https://support.google.com/mail/?hl=en
Here's a more advanced guide, not sure how old it is: http://www.makeuseof.com/pages/beyond-the-inbox-the-power-user-guide-to-gmail
google update their gmail.com now any body use their system very easy.i like gmail.com . thank u
I'm still using the old Gmail compose window GUI without having to use basic HTML ; works fine on my account. However, I do see certain advantages in the new GUI and if one can now adjust compose screen size and position to suit one's needs, I may very well try it again. Sounds to me like the Gmail team has taken into account those of us who have voted with our feet - or index fingers - and gone back to the old GUI after trying the new one and decided the latter needed improvement. If so, kudos to the team for listening to users !...
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