If you’re just getting started with Gmail or want to start using more of what it can do, this is the best place to start learning how to use it. Gmail has a powerful set of tools for managing emails that you can use to write emails, stop spam, organize your inbox, and more.
Learn how to set up your Gmail account, pick a strong password, and send your first email in this guide. Find out how to personalize Gmail, find messages quickly with Gmail’s powerful search, and use Gmail’s email workflow to get more done.
How to set up a Gmail account
If you don’t already have a Google account, you need to follow Gmail sign up process to set up an account.
Go to www.gmail.com and click the button that says “Create an account.”
Click the “Sign Up” button.
Enter your First name, Last name, Username, and Password when the sign-up form comes up.
Add a Recovery number and an email address for more safety (optional).
Then add your birth date and your gender.
When you’re done, click the Next button.
Then, you’ll be taken to your new Gmail account’s home page.
How to Log into Gmail
Here’s how you can use your email address to sign in to Gmail:
Click the Sign in button when Gmail is open.
Type in your email address or phone number, then click Next.
When you type in your password and click Next, your inbox will open.
Note: Once you’ve signed up for Google’s Gmail, you can use your Gmail credentials to sign in to any other Google app (for example, Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Calendar, etc.).