Google is working to make Gmail offline to make people more comfortable using it, when not connected to the internet. With the new offline capability, users of Gmail may read, reply to, and search messages without using the internet. This offline functionality will come in handy, especially for those who live in places with spotty internet service.
According to the Google Support page, users will be able to view, reply to, and search for Gmail messages even when their device isn’t connected to the internet thanks to the offline capability. Users must go to mail.google.com to use this mode. The IT juggernaut advises starting by adding the Google link to your bookmarks.
Before moving on to the instructions, it is important to know that Google has said that Gmail offline will only function on Google Chrome when you are browsing normally, not incognito.
How to Turn On Gmail Offline Mode?
To turn on Gmail offline mode,
Step 1: Go to Google Chrome to open your Gmail account, then click the cog symbol in the top right corner to access the settings.
Step 2: To access the options menu, choose “See all settings.”
Step 3: Select the “Offline” tab.
Step 4:To enable Gmail’s offline mode, select the “Enable offline mail” checkbox on this screen. [Additionally, you can select the feature’s preferred settings. The days of email you want to sync with Gmail can be chosen].
Step 5:Once finished, press the “Save Changes” button at the bottom.
How to Turn Off Gmail Offline Mode?
To turn off Gmail offline mode,
Step 1: Open Google Chrome.
Step 2: Go to “Settings” by clicking on the three dots at the top right.
Step 3: Then, select “Privacy and security.”
Step 4:Select “Cookies and other site data” from the privacy and security menu.
Step 5: Then select “Remove all” after selecting “See all cookies and site data.”