How to manage your Gmail Accounts

Windows
Today I would like to show you some tips for entering and saving your Gmail credentials. sp_tuesdaytutorial_sticky-gmail Let’s say you’re logging into your Gmail account. You enter the URL “mail.google.com“ in the address bar field of your favorite browser.1-blog-how-to-manage-your-gmail-accounts-step1-url Enter your email (login) into the field as you normally would and click the blue Next button.2-blog-how-to-manage-your-gmail-accounts-step2-login Now enter your password and click the blue Sign in button.3-blog-how-to-manage-your-gmail-accounts-step3-password Now is when Sticky Password kicks in. After clicking the blue Sign-in button Sticky Password automatically prompts you to save a new Account for your Gmail email account. Click Add.4-blog-how-to-manage-your-gmail-accounts-step4-add-account Your Gmail Login and Password are now securely stored in Sticky Password and ready to use!6-blog-how-to-manage-your-gmail-accounts-step6-database Now when you go to the website where you have an account, Sticky Password will log you in automatically. When you have multiple accounts for this or other site, click into the login form field and you’ll see a bubble next to the login form with your various logins. Just choose the credentials you want to autofill.5-blog-how-to-manage-your-gmail-accounts-step5-multiple-logins You can access all your accounts quickly from the Quick Launch Box as well. 7-blog-how-to-manage-your-gmail-accounts-step7-quick-launch And what’s more, no matter where you are or which of your devices you’re using, you can access your Gmail account quickly and easily with Sticky Password!

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