Gmail Labs – Canned Responses

Gmail Labs are experimental, pre-release features that you can use to enable key business functionalities to your Inbox. To enable Gmail Labs to your account, you can go to a Labs tab in your Gmail Settings and turn on the Labs you want to use.

To enable Gmail Labs :

  1. Sign in to your GMail Account
  2. Click Settings
  3. Select Labs from the list of links below the page title.
  4. Select the radio button Enable, beside the GMail Lab you want to use.
  5. Click Save changes

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Canned Responses

How often do you get yourself caught up in writing the same email over and over again?

Imagine how much time you can save if there was a pre-written message for various types of replies. Though still in the process of testing, Canned Response is doing a perfectly nice job in making your correspondence with clients easier.

1. Create a Canned Response

1.1. Compose the email message

Gmail Labs Compose Canned Response

1.2. Save the composed message

After your email message is created, make sure you save it for future use. The steps for saving a canned response message are shown in the image below.

  1. Click on the “More options” button
  2. Click on the Canned Responses Tab
  3. Under Save -> Press “New canned response”
  4. A window will pop up, asking you to enter the name on which you would like this canned response to be saved upon

Gmail Labs Canned Responses

 

2. Insert/Delete a Canned Response

2.1. Insert a canned response in your empty email message.

  1. Click on the Compose New Message
  2. Click on the “More options” button
  3. Click on the Canned Responses Tab
  4. Under Insert -> Press the name of the canned response message, and it will instantly be added to your email.

 

2.1. Delete a canned response in your empty email message.

  1. Click on the “More options” button
  2. Click on the Canned Responses Tab
  3. Under Delete -> Press the name of the canned response message that you would like to be deleted.

 

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