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Gmail Hack: Send Yourself Bookmarklet

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Gmail Hack: Send Yourself Bookmarklet

If you ever wanted to send yourself a quick note or ToDo without opening up Gmail, What’s The Next Action have an easy hack to put a bookmarklet that does so in your browser.

  1. Click on “compose” in Gmail, and then click on the pop-out button in the compose area to bring it to a new window;
  2. Right-click on some blue space and select “Bookmark This Page” and save it in your Bookmarks Toolbar folder;
  3. Right-click on the new bookmarklet you’ve created, select Properties and check “Load this bookmark in the sidebar”. Now just click on this bookmarklet at any time when you want to send yourself a new task, or send someone else a quick email.

Excellent Gmail hack! – [WhatsTheNextAction]

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