How to Use Gmail without the Internet?

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Google’s free email service, “Gmail,” now has an offline mode that lets users read, reply to, and search messages without being connected to the internet.

The move is meant to help people who live in places with bad internet connections.

By going to, users can now read, reply to, and search their Gmail accounts even when they aren’t online.

Mint says that Google suggests adding the link to your bookmarks in Chrome.

Here’s how to use Gmail when you’re not online:

First, you’ll need to get Chrome on your computer or laptop. You can’t use Gmail offline in Incognito mode; you can only do so in a Chrome browser window.

– Then go to Gmail’s offline settings.

– Check the box next to “Allow mail to be read offline.”

– In your settings, you can choose things like how many days’ worth of messages you want to sync.

To bookmark Gmail so you can use it when you’re not online, open the link and look to the right of the address bar. You’ll see a star sign.

Just click on the star, and you’ll be asked to add that link to your bookmarks. When you’re done, click “Done.”

By doing this, you can easily get to the link to your Gmail inbox from Chrome.

Google said that when you send emails when you’re not online, they go into a new folder called “Outbox” and are sent as soon as you get back online.

But if someone wants to get rid of the Gmail offline option, they can do so in a few easy steps.

These are:

Step 1: Remove your offline data.

– Open Google Chrome on your computer.

– At the top right, click More More and then Settings.

– Click Advanced at the bottom of the page.

–  Under “Privacy and security,” click Content settings and then Cookies. 

– Click See all cookies and site data, and then click Remove all.

Step 2: Turn off Gmail offline.

– Go to “Offline Settings” in Gmail.

– Uncheck “Allow offline mail.”

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