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Apr 9, 2010

Using labels as folders and message preview in Gmail

Two useful features have been added to Google Labs recently. Message Sneak Peak allows you to preview a message from your Inbox by right-clicking on it without having to load the whole message page. This will be great when searching for specific content in a list of e-mails, for example, from people who refuse to write subjects for each message. Nested Labels is Gmail's first attempt at allowing users to store e-mail in a folder-like structure. You can apply this by using the following structure when naming your labels: "Folder/Label" and even "Folder/Subfolder/Label". This is still rather rudimentary as the label will show up in your inbox as "Folder/Label" but is certainly a step in the right direction.




Message Sneak Peak
Peek into a conversation without opening it by right-clicking on a message in your inbox.



Nested Labels
Manage your email by sorting it into a hierarchy of labels.


Via [Official Gmail Blog]
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