Google Inbox doesn't appear to offer to handle mailto: links as Gmail does. Is there a way to enable this in Google Inbox?
I'm aware of how to use .ics or .ical files to add events, as well as Google Calendar-specific URLs for events. But I'm wondering how it can be done in a generic URI, the same way one uses mailto: to ...
Problem I would like mailto: links to use my second Gmail account (.../mail/u/1) instead of my primary account to send emails by default. Ideally I would not like to change the order my accounts are ...
I'd like to create a hyperlink in my Google Document that will pop up the "new email" dialog of Outlook and populate the TO: line with multiple recipients. If this were a regular HTML page or a ...
I noticed that Google Chrome has a feature which let's Gmail handle mailto: links. I'm wondering whether or not Chrome has to be running on the computer in order for this to work or not.
I noticed that when I open up Gmail on Google Chrome, a popup near the top asks me if I want to let Gmail be my "mailto:" handler. If I select "No," I'm assuming that Gmail will no longer ask me to ...