How to create notes in the new Gmail interface | Email

How to create notes in the new Gmail interface | Email

The new Gmail gained a sidebar with shortcuts to some Google apps, including Keep, the search giant's annotation tool. With the integration, users can create notes and lists directly in the email inbox, without having to open other tabs in the browser. In addition, the feature does not require the use of other platforms with the same proposal, such as Evernote.

In this tutorial, see how to use all the functions of Google Keep integrated into the updated Gmail interface. Check out the tips and save time when booking tickets online.

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New Gmail: learn how to create notes in your email inbox Photo: Divulgao / Google

New Gmail: learn how to create notes in your email inbox Photo: Divulgao / Google

Step 1. On the new Gmail home screen, click on the light bulb icon to open the Google Keep tool;

Highlight for Google Keep button in the new Gmail interface Photo: Reproduo / Raquel FreireHighlight for Google Keep button in the new Gmail interface Photo: Reproduo / Raquel Freire

Highlight for Google Keep button in the new Gmail interface Photo: Reproduo / Raquel Freire

Step 2. To create a text-only annotation, click on "Create a note …";

Create a text note in the Google Keep add-on integrated with Gmail Photo: Reproduo / Raquel FreireCreate a text note in the Google Keep add-on integrated with Gmail Photo: Reproduo / Raquel Freire

Create a text note in the Google Keep add-on integrated with Gmail Photo: Reproduo / Raquel Freire

Step 3. Enter the title of the note in the bold field and enter the note below. Press "Done" to finish the action;

Give a title and describe the text annotation in Google Keep for Gmail Photo: Reproduo / Raquel FreireGive a title and describe the text annotation in Google Keep for Gmail Photo: Reproduo / Raquel Freire

Give a title and describe the text annotation in Google Keep for Gmail Photo: Reproduo / Raquel Freire

Step 4. If you want to create a record with checkboxes, press the "New list" button, as highlighted below;

Funo allows you to create a list of items in Google Keep for Gmail Photo: Reproduo / Raquel FreireFuno allows you to create a list of items in Google Keep for Gmail Photo: Reproduo / Raquel Freire

Funo allows you to create a list of items in Google Keep for Gmail Photo: Reproduo / Raquel Freire

Step 5. As in the text note, type the annotation title in the bold part. Click on "+ List item" and write the first topic. When you start typing, a check list box appears next to the item. To delete a line, place the cursor on it and press the "X" (delete item from the list). When the note is ready, press "Done";

Annotation with list has procedure similar to ordinary text ticket on Google Keep for Gmail Photo: Reproduo / Raquel FreireAnnotation with list has procedure similar to ordinary text ticket on Google Keep for Gmail Photo: Reproduo / Raquel Freire

Annotation with list has procedure similar to ordinary text ticket on Google Keep for Gmail Photo: Reproduo / Raquel Freire

Step 6. To delete a note, click on the three dots menu and select "Delete";

Deleted Google Keep note from the Gmail interface Photo: Reproduo / Raquel FreireDeleted Google Keep note from the Gmail interface Photo: Reproduo / Raquel Freire

Deleted Google Keep note from the Gmail interface Photo: Reproduo / Raquel Freire

Step 7. Another possibility of the menu (shown in the step above) "Open note in Keep". In this option, a new browser tab will open with the full version of Google Keep and all its features. Note that notes created from Gmail are saved.

Full version of Google Keep opened from the updated Gmail interface Photo: Reproduo / Raquel FreireFull version of Google Keep opened from the updated Gmail interface Photo: Reproduo / Raquel Freire

Full version of Google Keep opened from the updated Gmail interface Photo: Reproduo / Raquel Freire

Ready. Use the tips to help with day-to-day appointments with Google Keep, a new integrated version of Gmail.

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