One of the more powerful features of Android is the Do Not Disturb function. It is a feature that has grown in functionality over the life of Android Lollipop and Marshmallow (spoiler alert: It gets further tweaks in N) for keeping your phone quite while you sleep, at the theater or in a meeting. Did you know though that you can set up a DND for events from your calendar? It is a feature that is handy by not requiring you to manually turn on Do Not Disturb before a meeting begins. In this How To I’ll show you how to set it up.
Gmail, like many aspects of your Chromebook, PC or Mac, can be customized to suit your liking and personality. While some find the simple white background that comes standard in the web-based email service, I for one am not a big fan of leaving things generic. I like having a little color and more specifically, I like having things that match across all my devices. Themes and wallpapers are part of that but so is Gmail for me. My current favorite wallpaper is the default wallpaper that comes with Android Marshmallow. It is the wallpaper on both my Nexus 6 and Nexus 7 as well as the wallpaper on my Chromebook and my Windows PC. Now it is also the wallpaper for my Gmail account.
To be clear, in this How To I am talking about Gmail on the web, not the Android app. Whether you are using Chrome, Internet Explorer or Safari, you can have a theme for your Gmail account in just a few simple steps. First, make sure you have the photo that you want to use as your wallpaper saved somewhere on your PC or on Google Drive so you can access it. Once you have that done, continue on after the break to see how to set it up, configure & customize it and finally share it with anyone.