Here’s How to Use the New Offline Mode in Gmail: Offline mode is only available for people using Chrome, so if that isn’t your browser of choice right now, you’ll need to update it to make it happen.
Get the new Gmail: You need to have moved to the ‘new’ Gmail for this to work. To do so, press the Settings menu on Gmail’s top right side and then pick ‘Try New Mail’ from the drop-down line.
Tap the Settings icon again after you have activated the new version of Gmail, and then select Settings from the drop-down menu.
Scroll to the ‘Offline’ menu option from the top toolbar (this is the same place you’ll see choices for General, Labels, and Accounts and Imports), and then check the box next to ‘Allow offline mail’. You’ll be asked to pick how many days of messages you’d like to synchronize with your device.
Yeah, while you’re offline it would be nice to have access to your entire inbox, but your entire inbox is probably pretty big. A week is probably best for most people. Once you’ve made your choices click ‘Save Changes’ and you’re good to go. For this to work offline you’ll need to have Gmail on Chrome before you go offline.
Good news for users of Gmail: You don’t have to be online to read, address, and write messages anymore. Google flipped the switch to finally allow offline mail at Google I/O conference.
First things: This is only available for Chrome users. Second, you will need to switch to the new Gmail, which has been rolled out by Google to most accounts but hasn’t become the default yet. If you’re trying to allow the “old” Gmail to offline mode, you’ll end up with the old Chrome extension.
This is How to Enable Gmail’s New Offline Mode
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