Today I learnt about Importing contacts, Saving attachments, Emailing attachments, Email signatures, email merge and subscribing to an email newsletter.
I learned how to put an email signature, how to send a promotional email to a list of contacts how to track emails and how to subscribe to an email newsletter
On finding a new email in my gmail account which contained pictures of pubs in Hackney…
-I first uploaded each picture to ‘My Drive’.
-Next I downloaded each picture to the ‘Downloads’ folder on the course Flash Drive.
From here I practised attaching these same pictures to emails; from gmail and Thunderbird.
I was then taken on a walk-through of the email web-page;the various folders etc.
Things did indeed go swimmingly today, if this holds-up we should be able to cover all aspects of emailing and practise much, the better to get the hang of things.
And, it was all fun.
1 I have learnt how to compose and send an Email.
2 Add an attachment.
3 Using Gmail
5 Saving on Google Drive
6 Using Thunderbird as a desktop client.
I learned a lot about gmail which I have never used before. I imported contacts from my EC account so that I have everybody on the course in my email contacts.I learned how to save attachments to a file & then how to then retrieve them. Also how to send them as an attachment to an email. I am hoping to learn how to set up & use a better email for business use. I also would like to know methods to open attachments that won’t open.
I learned how to send an email with attachments which included pictures of various pubs.
emails where sent to Blogmail and mailteam.
CV`S to be used as attachment if possible for next lesson
Its the Pub On the Park. Great on a summers evening
The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.
This is an example of a desktop client.
Hello (again) all,
Further proof – this would be so much easier if there was trust within the class;wouldn’t it?
This is proof i can send email from desk top client
This is proof that I can use a desktop client to send an email
“Just like that.”