Google's Gmail is a search-based, free webmail service that combines the best of traditional email with its search technology. Gmail's search interface makes it easier to retrieve email faster. Gmail are treated like conversation, which improves the user's reading and writing experience. Gmail users have access to over 5GB of email storage. You can also track the Gmail with the help of your contact numbers.
Google offers Gmail users the best spam-fighting methods. One way is to use data from users. Gmail users can vote and report an email for spam in which Google will find similar email message that fall in the spam category and block the message before it reach the users.
Gmail users have access to over 500,000 pages and 5 Gigabytes worth of information. Users can use keywords and advanced search tools to search for their emails. This feature makes it easy for Gmail users find emails by simply typing in certain words. The corresponding results will appear the same as Google Search.
Gmail handles messages into threads or conversions, which eliminates the need for users to save messages in folders. Email messages are group into conversion thread or view so users can easily follow up with replies to the senders by referring to the thread. The top deck of cards contains the latest messages.