Well, this should give everybody a good laugh this morning. I've been using
Gmail since 2008, and I never knew about the very handy trick of clicking
on the "To" line in a Gmail form. Of course it works - very quick and
handy. What a revelation!
As someone in a forum on another topic says,"You learn something new every
day" - even if it's embarrassing.
Thanks again Marko - Bill Hansen
On Wednesday, July 11, 2018 at 2:39:43 AM UTC-4, Marko V wrote:
> Mine is still where it was.
> How are you not able to use contacts within Gmail? If I'm composing a
> message I click the 'To' and am able to select contacts.
>> If you don't like the new interface, why not just switch back?
>> I still use the old interface (if you can call it that, since there have
>> been a few), and I don't like some of the changes they have made to it,
>> without asking us or giving us an option to go back.
>> Contacts disappeared from Gmail, and you can't get it back. It is not
>> there in either "old" or "new" interface. It is moved to a separate
>> product. (Why? Beats me, but I'm a dinosaur because I use email, and not
>> so much anything else which might need contacts.)
>> If you think you can always "go back to classic Gmail", you might be
>> smoking something. Sooner or later (more likely sooner), I think that
>> option will disappear and everyone will be forced to use either only the
>> "new Gmail", or not Gmail.
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