The discovery of a recent exploit has allowed spammers to make their way into your Google Calendar via Gmail event invites. Google says it is working on a fix.
The new quick-switch swiping gesture has finally made its way to the Gmail app. Now, you can swipe over your avatar to swap between your Gmail accounts with ease.
When you use Gmail, you're agreeing to let Google see and process some of the information that lands in your inbox. But you have control over what Google has: you delete it at will.
Like most online services, you'll have to be 13 and above to be eligible to create a Gmail account. You can, however, set up and manage an account for your child via Family Link.
Confidential Mode is a useful Gmail feature that gives you more control over any emails you send that contain sensitive information.
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