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Gmail Offline: The US-based tech giant Google recently brought a new feature called Gmail offline. This new feature lets you use Gmail without the internet and allows you to read, search, and respond to Google messages without internet connectivity.

Also, for an easy access to Gmail offline, the US tech giant recommends bookmarking the link mentioned in Google Chrome.

How to use Gmail Offline feature 

First step is download the Chrome on your PC or Laptop.   Once Google Chrome is installed, go to the link ‘’.

Then go to Gmail offline settings.

Check ‘Enable offline mail’ option.

You can choose in your settings. For example – how many days of messages you want to sync

You will get options like 7, 30, and 90 days in the drop-down menu. Choose as per your requirement.

After you choose the number of days, you will see an option ‘Save Changes.’ 

Click on the ‘Save Changes’ and your Gmail Offline feature will be turned ‘On.’

Now you can read, sent and search messages without an internet connection through this ‘Gmail Offline’ feature.

In related news, Google has added a feature on Chrome browser on iOS that will help users quickly and securely create, store and fill in their passwords into any website or app on their device. The company also announced few other features for the iPhone and iPad users.

“When it comes to getting things done on your iPhone and iPad, there’s no place like Chrome. With the Chrome iOS app, you can securely save your passwords so there’s no need to keep guessing,” said Nasim Sedaghat, Product Manager, Chrome in a blog post.

Among the new tools, a feature extends protections from phishing, malware and other web-based threats to iOS. If the users turn on ‘Enhanced Safe Browsing’ on their iPhone or iPad, Chrome predicts and warns users proactively if web pages are dangerous by sending information about them to ‘Google Safe Browsing’ to be checked.

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