Compose a Mail in Gmail.com: Gmail is the free, advertising supporting e-mail services which are developed by the Google. The users can access the Gmail on the web and through the mobile apps the for the Android and iOS, as well as through the third party programs that organize the email content through the IMAP or POP protocols. The Gmail was started as the beta version of April 1, 2004.
How to Compose a Mail in Gmail.com
Follow the steps are given below to compose and send an email
- Log in to your www.Gmail.com accounts so that you are on the dashboard of your Gmail account
- Click on to the compose.
- The new blank email window will open up. In the “To” box, type the email address of the receiver.
- You want to include someone else on your email to “keep them in the loop”. You can do this by clicking on the Cc or Bcc, which will open in another field. “Cc” stands for carbon copy and “Bcc” stands for blind carbon copy. Adding the email address to the “Cc” field means that the person will receive the copy of the email and the other recipients will see their email address. If the email address is put into the ‘Bcc’ field, the person will get the copy of the email, but the no other recipient will see that address.
- The field of the subject will allow you to give the recipient an idea on the topic of your email. You don’t have to put anything in the subject box.
- The Email text can be formatted in a similar way to text in the word document. You can also change the font style, size, and color by using the formatting icons.
- Type the message in the main body field in your email.
- When you are satisfied with your email, click on the blue send button at the bottom of the compose window.
- The email you send is now stored in the “Sent Mail” folder on your Gmail dashboard. Run your mouse pointer over the inbox folder link to see the other folders.