Google Tools 1 min read

One of the best methods to save time, increase productivity, and enhance your customer communication loop is to incorporate Gmail templates into your admin toolbelt.

Using Gmail templates is a great way to be at-the-ready, especially when it comes to asking for reviews.  They allow you quick, easy access to well-written email content that's ready for you to personalise if you need to.

First, we'd better enable Gmail templates

  1. Click 'Settings' Settings at the top right of your inbox then navigate to 'See all settings'

  2. Click the 'Advanced' tab

  3. Scroll down to the 'Templates' section, and click 'Enable'

  4. Don't forget to 'Save Changes' at the bottom of your settings

How to create email templates in Gmail

  1. Start by clicking 'Compose' like you normally would when you send an email

  2. In the Compose window type your message

  3. At the bottom/right of the Compose window, click the three vertical dots

  4. Select 'Templates', then hit 'Save draft as a new template'

  5. Pop in the name of your new template, then click 'Save'

How to insert an email template in Gmail

  1. Click 'Compose'

  2. At the bottom/right of the Compose window, click the three vertical dots

  3. Hover over 'Templates' and hover and select the template you want to use

  4. Simple! 

How to delete an email template in Gmail

  1. Click 'Compose'

  2. At the bottom/right of the Compose window, click the three vertical dots

  3. Hover over 'Templates' then hover over 'Delete templates'

  4. Select the template you want to delete

  5. Bob's your uncle! 

 

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