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How to make emojis from a keyboard on your laptop or computer

We all know how to make emojis on our phones, but did you know there is an emoji keyboard on your laptop as well? Today we show you three easy ways to do emojis on a computer – whether Windows or Mac – and where to find the emojis in your mail.com email. more
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How to turn off autocorrect on your phone

Sometimes autocorrect can save us from embarrassing typos. Other times it can drive us crazy – like when it overzealously corrects the names of our friends with unusual spellings. And sometimes things go completely wrong, and we end up texting our kids that they can watch Harry Potty tonight. Luckily, if you don’t like using autocorrect, it’s easy to turn it off. more
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What is an email alias?

When you send, reply to, or forward an email, sometimes you don’t want the recipient to see your primary email address.
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Learn how to create email aliases to use different addresses in one account
An email account with alias addresses allows you to create multiple email addresses and customize the sender address of your messages. more
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How to take a screenshot on your computer

Are you having a problem with your computer and would like to take a screenshot to show tech support what’s going on? Or maybe you just put together a graphic and want some input from a coworker? Most of us know how to take a screenshot on our phones, but did you know there are lots of different ways to do it on your PC or MacBook as well?
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Capture what’s on your screen at the press of a button
Today we show you ten easy methods. more
91 people found this article helpful.

How to do an internet speed test

You're working from home and are in a video call, but there is a lag in the sound and a delay seeing your colleague’s presentation. In the evening, the movie you are streaming keeps stopping and buffering. One cause for such issues is a slow internet connection.
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Is your connection fast enough to stream Paw Patrol AND work remotely?
So how do you find out if this is the cause of your problems? It’s easy – you can test your internet speed in just a few seconds. more
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How to sync your email address book with your iPhone contacts

You’ve already made mail.com your default iPhone email app but are having issues adding contacts to and from your mail.com app and your iPhone?
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It’s a snap to synchronize contacts between mail.com and your iPhone!
We have the answer for you! more
140 people found this article helpful.

How to choose an email address

Need a new email address? Once you have decided on a provider, the toughest part is coming up with a unique email address. Maybe you just want to use your name, maybe you are looking to get creative and choose an address that reflects your personality or business. And once you come up with a great idea, you find that your dream name isn’t available! more
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Import appointments to update your online schedule in the Organizer

Feel like you’re having déjà vu? You may be slightly right! But for those of you who missed our blog post last week, the mail.com Organizer is a free online calendar accessible to all mail.com users and an extremely effective productivity tool to manage your daily tasks! more
44 people found this article helpful.

All your appointments in one place: Synchronize your digital calendars with the Organizer

If you are not familiar with the mail.com Organizer, let us introduce you to this great productivity tool! The mail.com Organizer is a free online calendar accessible anytime and anywhere for mail.com users. It is simple in design and use, yet packed with features that make managing your time a snap! more
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Your Organizer: Set up email reminders, appointments and invites

Your Organizer, the online calendar in your mail.com account, is the perfect tool for scheduling all the events in your life, big or small. Accessible and in sync anywhere you log in to your email – laptop, tablet or smartphone – your online planner not only lets you send invites to appointments, but also add reminders for yourself and other participants. Learn how to set reminders today and never miss out on another event! more
78 people found this article helpful.