How To Scan a Document to Gmail?
You can use Gmail to send and store scanned documents. While there isn’t a direct way to send scanned documents to your Gmail account, you can scan the documents to your computer and attach them to emails in Gmail. Then, you can just send the documents to your coworkers, clients, and employees. You can also send the emails to yourself as an impromptu document archiving solution.
Make your scanner is plugged into your computer, and that the scanner’s software is installed on your computer.
Place your paper in the scanner’s bed and scan it. Different manufacturers and models use different scanning techniques, so make sure you follow the manufacturer’s instructions for saving the file as a PDF or TIFF file.
Open your Web browser and log in to your Gmail account.
Click the “Compose” button.
Click the “Attach” icon, shaped like a paperclip.
Navigate to and select the scanned image in the File Open dialog window that appears.
Please send the email. You can send the document to someone else by entering their email address in the “To” field, or you can send it to yourself for archiving purposes by entering your own email address in the “To” field.
How to Make Google Chrome Open Email Links in Gmail?
Chrome’s integration with other Google services, such as Gmail, is one of the advantages of using it in your company. Sending emails is likely a part of your daily routine as a business owner; however, when using your Gmail account to email a client or employee, clicking on an email connection while in Chrome can open external mail software. You can set Gmail as your default mail handler in Google Chrome so that when you click an email connection, Gmail instead of your external email client opens in a new tab.
Click the icon of a wrench in the upper right corner of the screen and click “Settings” in the drop-down menu.
Click “Show Advanced Settings.”
Click “Content Settings” in the Privacy section.
Click “Manage Handlers” in the Handlers section.
Select “Gmail” in the Mailto drop-down menu.
Click “OK” to save your changes.