Gmail quick tip – format text toolbar
You made your choices and pushed a few buttons to get here, but if you’re not pleased with the outcome, start over. A Delete Formatting button is available in Gmail. The final button in the formatting bar deletes all of your custom formatting options and transforms it to plain text. To delete the custom color, indentations, font changes, and everything else you applied to the text, select it and press this button.
The majority of these editing tools are accessible through keyboard shortcuts. To see the shortcut for a button in the formatting bar, pass your mouse over it. For eg, highlight the text and press Ctrl+B on a PC or Command+B on a Mac to quickly make it bold. To convert text to a numbered list, press Ctrl+Shift+7 on a PC or Command+Shift+7 on a Mac.
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Respond to long emails one at a time. The quote appears in your compose window after you highlight text and click a button. In your compose window, we’ve added a button. When replying, highlight the text you want to answer to, press our button, and the quoted text will appear in your compose view.
Notice that this extension removes the need to do inline answers by clicking the “…” at the bottom of your reply window. You can highlight text from the email you were reading “above” the reply window, as seen in the screenshot.
Note: When an extension is modified, it becomes invalidated in already-opened gmail tabs and will not function until the tab is refreshed. (As far as I’m aware, I won’t be able to make this more seamless without requesting additional permissions in Chrome.) Sorry for the inconvenience, but I don’t want that!)
New gmail compose formatting and download options
There will be moments when you want to bold text and other times when you want to italicize something to emphasize its meaning in a significant email. You may also want to underline or adjust the font’s color or highlight. It’s easy to use Gmail from inside a browser because there’s a toolbar for that. But what about when you’re using the Gmail mobile app to write an email? You won’t find a formatting toolbar anywhere in Gmail since the developers opted for a sleek, simplistic design.
Inside the Gmail app, there is a formatting toolbar, believe it or not. The problem is that the toolbar in question is secret. This toolbar, once exposed, provides a limited number of formatting options. What formatting choices do you have? You can do the following with this hidden gem:
It’s not much, but these are the most popular font formatting choices you’ll find (which is why the developers limited the set to the above). However, how do you get to this formatting toolbar? It’s really very straightforward.
Copying and pasting text and pictures makes work a breeze. Users would have to leap through hoops to import and export text or images between apps if it weren’t for copy/pasting between them. When you copy/paste text between apps that support rich text formatting, the formatting that was added to the text in the source app is preserved when the text is pasted in the destination app. This could be awesome or it could be awful. If you’re copying text from Outlook to Gmail, you do not want it to keep the Outlook default format. Here’s how to get rid of Gmail’s text formatting.
In Gmail, there are two methods for eliminating text formatting. If you haven’t already pasted the text into the compose window, the first option works, and the second option works if you’ve already pasted formatted text into the email body.
Ctrl+Shift+V is a shortcut for pasting formatted text into any text area or text box in Chrome. This will erase all of the text’s formatting. If you’re pasting text from the right-click context menu, look for the paste as plain text option.