Gmail is a great tool provided by Google to manage not only your email, but your calendar and contacts, as well. It’s just one of the many things that Google makes free for everyone as a part of its never-ending “don’t be evil” campaign. A lot of people like Gmail for its spam filtering success amidst a lot of lackluster and, to be kind, not very effective software designed for that very purpose. If you use Gmail, here is how to log in to Gmail accounts:
Type the following into the URL bar of your browser: www.gmail.com
Sign in with your Gmail account. Enter your Gmail email address and your password in the blue box on the right side of the page. Click Sign in.
You will then be directed to your Gmail account.
Alternatively, you can access your Gmail account from the Google home page:
Type the following into the URL bar of your Browser: www.google.com.
Click Sign in in the top right corner of the Web page.
On the next page, sign in with your Gmail account. Enter your Gmail email address and your password in the blue box on the right side of the page. Click Sign In. If you are using a personal computer (or an impersonal computer — it’s hard to read its mood, isn’t it?), you may also opt to check the box to Stay signed in. This is not recommended if you are using a public or work computer.
To access your Google Mail, or Gmail account, once you are logged in with your Gmail address, click on Gmail on the top bar — it is seven from the left. You will then be directed to your Gmail account.
Now, just like an expert, you’ll be able to log in to Gmail accounts. That wasn’t even very painful, was it?