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GmailThis! Bookmarklet

GmailThis! Bookmarklet

GmailThis! is a bookmarklet that can let you launch gmail and compose an email on the current page and url you are visiting, plus any text you have highlighted on that page in the body. I like it! This is quite a fast way to access Gmail:

… GmailThis! is an easy way to make a Gmail email without visiting mail.google.com. Once you add the GmailThis! link to your browser’s toolbar, emailing will be a snap. Or rather, a click. Clicking GmailThis! creates a mini-interface to Gmail prepopulated with a link to the web page you are visiting, as well as any text you have highlighted on that page. Add additional text if you wish and then email or save as draft from within GmailThis! …

GmailThis! Bookmarklet – [From the Hall via The Office Weblog]

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Last Updated on November 3, 2019

The Lifehack Show Episode 11: Mindfulness and the Authentic Self

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