Gmail rolled out new feature that enable you to write and read offline. This is new, not every user is capable of using this. That is why this article is gathered to help you out on how to Enable Gmail Offline Mode.
The new Gmail Offline Mode brings offline support for reading and writing emails. This is hardly Google’s first venture into offline apps.
The entire Google productivity suite has an offline version and like the productivity suite, the Gmail offline mode is made possible with a Chrome extension. This is telling you that, the feature can only be enabled on Google Chrome with the help of an extension.
If you are not a fan of Google Chrome, you cannot use this feature, other browsers are blocked out from using this. Therefore, to hook up with this, download and install Google Chrome on your device to start enjoying the feature.
You also need to be on the new Gmail to use it, and you must be running Chrome 61, or above.
How To Enable Gmail Offline Mode
Firstly you need to access offline mode, you should be using the Chrome web browser as we said earlier, as this is the only supported browser. You also need an internet connection to enable offline mode for the first time.
Enable The New Look Gmail
From here, you should enable the new-look Gmail by:
Step 1 ====> Click on the settings/gear icon
Step 2 ====> Then click try the new Gmail.
Once you have enabled the new take on Gmail, then you are a step closer the real job.
Enable Gmail Offline Mode
Step 3 ====> On the Settings page, go to the Offline tab,
Step 4 ====> Then select Install Gmail Offline.
Step 5 ====> Once you have installed the app/extension, return to the Settings
Step 6 ====> Go to offline page to configure your offline settings.
Now You Need To Make Three Decisions:
1 How many days’ worth of messages do you want stored on your computer
Gmail lets you choose between 7, 30 and 90. Unless you are really strapped for storage, I recommend choosing 90 days,because why limit your backlog? If you want to retrieve an older message while offline, you should be able to.
2 Download attachments?
Definitely yes, unless storage is an issue. There is not much value in making mail available offline if the attachments are not available as well.
3 What happens to your data when you log out of your Google account?
Most users will probably prefer the “Keep offline data” option, if only because deleting it will result in a potentially lengthy resync the next time you log in.
Step 7 ====> Finally, if you are true with the settings, click on save change