This article will discuss another interesting Gmail feature that allows you to search, read, delete, label, and respond to emails without an internet connection.
Yes, you read that right. Gmail can be used without an internet connection, but you need to enable the Gmail offline feature. If you enable the Gmail offline feature, you can read, respond to, and search your Gmail messages even when you aren’t connected to the internet.
So, if you want to use email when you’re not connected to the internet, you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we will share a step-by-step guide on accessing Gmail offline in your web browser. Let’s check out.
Steps to Enable & Use Gmail Offline in Chrome Browser
Before enabling the feature, please note that you can only use Gmail offline in a Chrome browser. The feature works with Google Chrome browser for Windows, MAC, Linux, and Chrome books.
Important: You need to set up the feature when connected to an active internet connection. After setting it up, if you lose the connection, you will access your Gmail messages.
1. First, open the Google Chrome web browser and open the Gmail website. Next, log in with your Gmail account.
2. Click on the Settings Gear as shown in the screenshot below.
3. On the list, click on the See all settings option.
4. On the Settings page, click on the Offline tab below.
5. You need to check the Enable offline mail checkbox.
6. On the Sync settings section, you need to choose how long Gmail would store your offline mail. You can even choose to download the email attachments.
7. On the security section, you need to choose whether you want to keep or remove offline data when logging out of your account.
8. After making the above changes, click on the Save Changes button.
That’s it all!.