Turn your Gmail into a business account | Gmail | The Apps Show

Turn your Gmail into a business account | Gmail | The Apps Show

It’s widely known that many small business owners have been using their personal Gmail accounts for business email. This is partially because there has never been a seamless way to migrate your Gmail account into a business account. Thanks to the Apps team, now there's an easy way to migrate over contacts, data, and files. (Check out more here: https://support.google.com/work/mail/answer/6233342?hl=en&ref_topic=6248365) Additional benefits to owning a business account through Google is the 24/7 support just a phone call away, more storage for your Drive and email, and advanced security and spam filters. With Google Apps you can keep all your business data and information under your administration. You can also manage your domain as well if you bought it via Google Domains. Now your domain and your email will be with one company. Want to take full advantage of the existing The Apps Show video library? Check out the following resources: - Check out our searchable library: https://goo.gl/SK6ENo - Ask access to our Google Drive: https://goo.gl/MGJ2Dv. You’ll have access to all scripts and videos in mp4 format, so you can create your own training resources!

How to Create Free Business Email & Use it with Gmail

How to Create Free Business Email & Use it with Gmail

Get your Domain here: https://websitelearners.com/get/domain How to create a wordpress website: https://youtu.be/YWA-xbsJrVg This video shows you the simplest way to create a business email (using just your domain) and set it up with Gmail. Timestamp: 00:00 - Create a business email address on your domain 10:43 - Create multiple business email addresses on your domain 14:28 - Create a group email address Let’s get started! ===== Creating your 1st Business Email ===== Step 1: Login to your Domain Provider’s Website If you already have a domain, then login to your domain provider’s website. If not, you can get a domain easily by clicking here ➜ https://websitelearners.com/get/domain Step 2: Enable Email Forwarding This will forward all the mails coming to your business email address to Gmail. To enable email forwarding, setup your workspace email. Then create a forward by clicking manage. Now, enter the business email that you want to create. For Example, you can enter something like your-name@yourdomain.com, or contact@yourdomain.com. Then enter an existing gmail address to which you want to forward the mails to! Step 3: Create your Zoho-Mail Account What is Zoho and Why are we using it? Zoho is a free email service which handles the sending of emails from our domain. By using Zoho, we can avoid paying separately for our business email. To create a Zoho account: Go to http://zoho.com/mail and sign-up for the free plan. Step 4: Verify our domain. Continue the setup by choosing your DNS provider. Next, you need to enter the details shown in Zoho, to your Domain Provider’s DNS page. So just, go to Godaddy and then under domains, click Manage DNS. Then, add the details from Zoho. After adding it, click verify your domain and proceed with the setup. Skip to the SPF (Sender Policy Framework) page where you need to again enter the details to GoDaddy. Once you’re done, then again skip the pages till you reach the Mail Client Configuration. Step 5: Connect your Zoho account with Gmail Next, login to Gmail and then go to settings. Click Accounts & Import and then click add another email address. Now enter the new email address and also the “From” name that you want to use. Then, Gmail will ask you for server details, so you need to go back to Zoho and copy the details from the outgoing server and then paste it in the box. In the username field, enter the business email address and then enter the same password, that you used in Zoho. Now, use the confirmation code to verify your account. Okay! Now, the Zoho account has been connected to Gmail. Now, if you click compose and then click the arrow in the “From” field, you’ll see the new email address. Now, let’s set this as the default email address. To do that: Go back to settings and then to Accounts & Import. Next to your new email address, click make default. That’s it! This is how you can create a free business email id and use it with Gmail. ===== Creating more emails on your domain ===== Step 1: Create an Email Forward in GoDaddy Go to GoDaddy and under workspace email click manage. Then create a forward. Enter the email id’s that you want to create and then type the existing Gmail address to which you want to forward the incoming mails to! Step 2: Create a new user in Zoho Go to http://mail.zoho.com and then go to the control panel. You’ll then see a notice saying action required! Don’t worry about it, just continue by clicking okay! and go to user details to add a new user. Step 3: Add the email to the User’s Gmail account Login to Gmail and then go into settings and click Accounts & Import. Next to send email as click add another email address. Now, enter the “From” name and the same email address here and click next. Set the server details as smtp.zoho.com including the port as 465. Then enter the full email address with the same password that you used in Zoho. Then add this account by entering the confirmation code. That’s it! Now, when you’re composing a mail, you can select the new email address by clicking the arrow in the From section. You can follow these 3 simple steps, for every new email address that you want to create. You can add up to 25 users for free on Zoho. ===== Creating a Group Email ===== Now, a group email helps you send an email to a group of people in your team with addresses like sales@domain.com or team@domain.com Creating a group email is very simple: Just go to your GoDaddy account and click create forward. Now enter the group email that you want to create and then enter the email addresses of all the people to whom you want to forward the mails to. That’s it! We’re done. This is how you can email all your team members at once, using Group Email. If this video has helped you, make sure that you hit the like button and also share this video with your friends who might need a business email.

Create an email account at Siteground and configure it with your device

Create an email account at Siteground and configure it with your device

In this video I will show you how to create a email account at Siteground and how to configure it for Mac Mail, Microsoft Outlook or your Tablet or Smartphone. I will use IMAP so all devices that you use will sync the incoming and outgoing emails from your email account.

Angular 2 Firebase Authentication part 2 🔥#17 (Login with Google, Email/Password)

Angular 2 Firebase Authentication part 2 🔥#17 (Login with Google, Email/Password)

Create Angular 2 Web Application - Learn Angular 4 Step by Step #17 This video is part of my Learn Angular 4 Step by Step series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLq5m66kIJ5Z-KNR-xdK2GMiDlLLcpXLLB In the previous video PART 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CSi_C_hISFA In today's video we will Setup Firebase Authentication at firebase console. and as well create the Authentication service using AngularFire for our login page as well learn about AngularFire authState using RxJs Observables. We will learn how to login with Google and as well with Email & password. You can read more about AngularFire auth here: https://github.com/angular/angularfire2/blob/master/docs/version-4-upgrade.md#simplified-authentication-api

Login to Google From Home

Login to Google From Home

Login to your Google account from home.

Use 2-Step Verification without your phone

Use 2-Step Verification without your phone

Do you use 2-Step Verification to sign in to your Google Account? Learn about backup options to receive codes so that you can sign in even when you might not have your phone around.

How to set up Gmail delegation

How to set up Gmail delegation

Whether you're someone's assistant or you're just stepping in for your manager for a week, you might need to compose and respond to messages on someone else's behalf. In this short video, we'll use Delegate Dave and Manager Meredith to show us how Dave can become a delegate of his manager's inbox and send a message to their coworker, Frank.

How To Set Up A Business Email Through Gmail For Free

How To Set Up A Business Email Through Gmail For Free

This tutorial guides you on how to use your own business domain to send and receive professional emails using a free Gmail account. It shows how to setup the google mail client with your custom business domain and send out branded work emails from within Gmail. You will be able to send and receive emails using your own domain. You won't need google apps for work. It is assumed that you have already bought or registered a domain name through a hosting or registrar company like godaddy. CONTENT To get your external emails INTO gmail there are 2 options: 1) POP 3 less responsive, gmail has to pull periodically. 2) Forward is instant. — Recommended You can either look up POP3 settings when you login to your hosting provider or just search for it on Google: e.g. POP3 settings for go daddy. I’m going to show you how to set up forward in 1and1 and siteground. Send emails USING your company domain: Click on Add another email address you own You can find the port and SMTP server settings through the admin cpanel. Or just search for it on Google. Make sure you set reply from the same address the message was sent to. That's how you setup your business email through gmail for free and look professional when sending emails. I highly recommend you use ONE email account and don’t setup multiple as jumping from one inbox to another is a waste of time. ---- Visit the Productivity Hacks YouTube Channel for other videos we think you'll like. Hit the subscribe button there to hear about new videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp2MyIcxRaNaA_Wvkyfel2g My OTHER GMAIL video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHooJljMPwE SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS: Twitter: https://twitter.com/Claus1860 Periscope: https://www.periscope.tv/claus1860 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cgeissen Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/114030583484265857819/114030583484265857819/about?hl=en-GB Further info: This video tutorial guide shows how to use your own business domain to send and receive professional emails using a free Gmail account. You can setup your work email from directly within a gratis google mail account. You don’t need google apps for business. It will also work for other domain registrars and hosting providers such as godaddy, namecheap, name.com, Gandi.net, DreamHost, domain monster, WP engine, host gator, bluehost, 123-reg, 1&1, 1 and 1, site ground, but also other ICANN accredited Registrars. It works with TLS or SSL settings. Just make sure you are using SMTP e.g. smtp.1and1.com and the correct port.

Google I/O 2012 - OAuth 2.0 for Identity and Data Access

Google I/O 2012 - OAuth 2.0 for Identity and Data Access

Ryan Boyd Users like to keep their data in one place on the web where it's easily accessible. Whether it's YouTube videos, Google Drive files, Google contacts or one of many other types of data, users need a way to securely grant applications access to their data. OAuth is the key web standard for delegated data access and OAuth 2.0 is the next-generation version with additional security features. This session will cover the latest advances in how OAuth can be used for data access, but will also dive into how you can lower the barrier to entry for your application by allowing users to login using their Google accounts. You will learn, through an example written in Python, how to use OAuth 2.0 to incorporate user identity into your web application. Best practices for desktop applications, mobile applications and server-to-server use cases will also be discussed.

How Search Works

How Search Works

http://www.google.com/howgoogleworks | The life span of a Google query is less then 1/2 second, and involves quite a few steps before you see the most relevant results. Here's how it all works.

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