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Gmail Podcast

Chuck Tomasi

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Chuck Tomasi

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A collection of short tips, tricks, and hints to help you be more effective with your Gmail account.

Latest Episodes

Special: Dragon*Con session – Webmail Security

This special episode of the Gmail Podcast is a recording of a webmail security presentation I did at DragonCon in Atlanta Georgia on September 3, 2011. I co-presented for the EFF track with my Technorama co-host Kreg Steppe. It’s a little longer than my usual Gmail Podcast. And at times it starts to become a […]

61 min2011 NOV 14
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Special: Dragon*Con session – Webmail Security

Mobile Labels

Just a short one today… Some of you may already know this. If you use Gmail from the web browser on your iPad, iPhone, Android, or other mobile device, you might find it a bit annoying to label your messages. When reading a message, use the drop down chevrons on the upper right, select Label, […]

1 min2011 AUG 18
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Mobile Labels

DragonCon Announcement

I’m headed to DragonCon again this year and this time they’ve asked me to do a Gmail panel around security. If you’re headed that way, I’d love to meet you. Hope to see you there. More Gmail Podcast coming soon…

1 min2011 AUG 1
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DragonCon Announcement

My Top Five Labs Features

In this post I cover several of my favorite and most useful add-on features to standard Gmail that keep me productive and organized. For those of you who are new to Gmail or perhaps haven’t explored the labs features, here’s a little background. Gmail has a collection of features they like to test out. They […]

4 min2011 MAY 15
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My Top Five Labs Features

Auto Advance

In this episode, I cover A way to advance to the next conversation without going back to the index, A recommendation from a fellow podcaster whose Gmail account was hacked A quick note about an update to the iPhone interface. First up, long time listeners will know that I’m a fan of the Gmail keyboard […]

4 min2010 OCT 31
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Auto Advance

Gmail News: October 2010

I’ve come across several new stories and features regarding Gmail that just didn’t seem to fit in any other podcast so I’ll cover them here. Today I’ll be covering: Buzz on the sidebar A security checklist Watch out for a phishing scam Calendar notifications in Gmail To start, Gmail has a new feature being rolled […]

5 min2010 OCT 18
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Gmail News: October 2010

Disable Conversations

Staying away from Gmail because you don’t like threaded messages (aka conversations?) Sponsored by GotoAssist Express. Try it free for 30 days. I tell lots of people about Gmail and by far, the biggest reason I’ve heard that some people don’t like is that all the messages are threaded. All messages, replies, and replies to […]

3 min2010 SEP 30
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Disable Conversations

Two Factor Follow Up

George Starcher joins me to share his real life experience with Google’s new security feature. Brought to you by GotoAssist. Try it free for 30 days. In the previous episode of the Gmail Podcast, I mentioned that Google has a two factor authentication available to keep your login information more secure than just using a […]

18 min2010 SEP 29
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Two Factor Follow Up

News: September 2010

This episode is sponsored by GotoAssist Express. Try it free for 30 days. This week there were several news announcements in the Gmail space that I want to share with you. First, Google is rolling out two factor authentication to make using Gmail and other Google apps more secure. Two factor authentication uses your password, […]

--2010 SEP 22
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News: September 2010

Priority Inbox

Sponsored by GotoAssist Express – Try it free for 30 days Gmail is attempting to make your email easier to sort through by releasing a feature called Priority Inbox. I have to admit, at first I was skeptical of how this feature would work since I’m one of those people who generally keep their inbox […]

4 min2010 SEP 10
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Priority Inbox

Latest Episodes

Special: Dragon*Con session – Webmail Security

This special episode of the Gmail Podcast is a recording of a webmail security presentation I did at DragonCon in Atlanta Georgia on September 3, 2011. I co-presented for the EFF track with my Technorama co-host Kreg Steppe. It’s a little longer than my usual Gmail Podcast. And at times it starts to become a […]

61 min2011 NOV 14
Comments
Special: Dragon*Con session – Webmail Security

Mobile Labels

Just a short one today… Some of you may already know this. If you use Gmail from the web browser on your iPad, iPhone, Android, or other mobile device, you might find it a bit annoying to label your messages. When reading a message, use the drop down chevrons on the upper right, select Label, […]

1 min2011 AUG 18
Comments
Mobile Labels

DragonCon Announcement

I’m headed to DragonCon again this year and this time they’ve asked me to do a Gmail panel around security. If you’re headed that way, I’d love to meet you. Hope to see you there. More Gmail Podcast coming soon…

1 min2011 AUG 1
Comments
DragonCon Announcement

My Top Five Labs Features

In this post I cover several of my favorite and most useful add-on features to standard Gmail that keep me productive and organized. For those of you who are new to Gmail or perhaps haven’t explored the labs features, here’s a little background. Gmail has a collection of features they like to test out. They […]

4 min2011 MAY 15
Comments
My Top Five Labs Features

Auto Advance

In this episode, I cover A way to advance to the next conversation without going back to the index, A recommendation from a fellow podcaster whose Gmail account was hacked A quick note about an update to the iPhone interface. First up, long time listeners will know that I’m a fan of the Gmail keyboard […]

4 min2010 OCT 31
Comments
Auto Advance

Gmail News: October 2010

I’ve come across several new stories and features regarding Gmail that just didn’t seem to fit in any other podcast so I’ll cover them here. Today I’ll be covering: Buzz on the sidebar A security checklist Watch out for a phishing scam Calendar notifications in Gmail To start, Gmail has a new feature being rolled […]

5 min2010 OCT 18
Comments
Gmail News: October 2010

Disable Conversations

Staying away from Gmail because you don’t like threaded messages (aka conversations?) Sponsored by GotoAssist Express. Try it free for 30 days. I tell lots of people about Gmail and by far, the biggest reason I’ve heard that some people don’t like is that all the messages are threaded. All messages, replies, and replies to […]

3 min2010 SEP 30
Comments
Disable Conversations

Two Factor Follow Up

George Starcher joins me to share his real life experience with Google’s new security feature. Brought to you by GotoAssist. Try it free for 30 days. In the previous episode of the Gmail Podcast, I mentioned that Google has a two factor authentication available to keep your login information more secure than just using a […]

18 min2010 SEP 29
Comments
Two Factor Follow Up

News: September 2010

This episode is sponsored by GotoAssist Express. Try it free for 30 days. This week there were several news announcements in the Gmail space that I want to share with you. First, Google is rolling out two factor authentication to make using Gmail and other Google apps more secure. Two factor authentication uses your password, […]

--2010 SEP 22
Comments
News: September 2010

Priority Inbox

Sponsored by GotoAssist Express – Try it free for 30 days Gmail is attempting to make your email easier to sort through by releasing a feature called Priority Inbox. I have to admit, at first I was skeptical of how this feature would work since I’m one of those people who generally keep their inbox […]

4 min2010 SEP 10
Comments
Priority Inbox
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