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In one of my previous step by step Internet tutorials, we learned how to use the Internet and Google’s Gmail to stay organized.  But, did you know that when you sign up for a FREE Google Gmail account, you also get UNLIMITED Gmail email addresses and they are all managed from one place!

Now you may be asking yourself…why would anyone need so many email addresses?  Well, one way to use this feature to help you and your email stay organized is to dedicate one of your unlimited gmail addresses to be used only when signing up or subscribing to all of your favourite websites or newsletters (by the way, have you signed up for the FREE EZ Tech Tips Newsletter yet?).  This way you don’t have to provide your primary email address and also can setup an automatic filter so that all of your subscribed emails get labelled and go straight to your archive (i.e they skip your inbox).  This helps keep your inbox clutter-free and you can read the subscribed emails whenever it is convenient for you.  Let’s see this feature in action:

The example above is one use for the unlimited Gmail addresses.  You can use this trick for many other purposes and as many times as you need.

Google continues to expand their Gmail options to allow more flexibility and value to their users.  Google also offers many other FREE online tools, such as Calendar, Docs (documents, spreadsheets, and presentations that may be shared with friends), iGoogle (personalized search page that allows you to view information such as weather, stocks, emails, Facebook, movie listings, etc from a single page), and much much more currently being developed in their Google Labs.

To learn more about Google Calendar, please see one of my step by step Internet tutorials called Get Things Done with Google Calendar.

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Written by Hani Mourra on July 19th, 2008 with 2 comments.
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Get your own gravatar by visiting gravatar.com Adrian C.
#1. August 25th, 2008, at 2:01 PM.

I really liked the video tutorial. It is so much easier to understand this way rather than reading a post. Thanks for the tip.
Adrian

Get your own gravatar by visiting gravatar.com Hani Mourra
#2. August 25th, 2008, at 3:55 PM.

I am really glad you enjoyed this video tutorial. I am a visual learner my self and I prefer to watch and learn. If you ever have any suggestions on how to make my videos more enjoyable and helpful or have any topics for video tutorials you would like to see, please don’t be hesitate to let me know. I really appreciate all kinds of feedback (good and bad).

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