That's called a "kebab" (more options) menu. As opposed to a "hamburger" main menu that consists of three horizontal lines stacked vertically.
From @MattObee's answer on the User Experience stack:
The 'kebab' (three vertical dots), which originated in Google's Material Design languge, is designed to open a smaller inline menu from a button or other ...
From Gmail Help:
Set up your vacation reply
On your computer, open Gmail.
In the top right, click Settings (gear icon) and then Settings.
Scroll down to the "Vacation responder" section.
Select Vacation responder on.
Fill in the date range, subject, and message.
Under your message, check the box if you only want your contacts to see your ...
The only way I could get away from this was by creating a new child account from the Family link app itself and setting the age < 13. But it then requires a lot of things to fix afterwards which a child may have associated with their old Google account - contacts etc.
"I would like to have shared email address that my wife and I can access."
And further down:
"I though about creating gmail-filters so I could send a copy of those bills to my wife too"
A bit confusing. Do you want a single shared email address OR two separate ones?
In any case I think your best bet is to use a single shared address.
What I do is log out of all accounts then pull up Gmail and YouTube in separate tabs.
Click the sign in button for each one and then type in the email for each one. Then type in the password for each one and click the sign in button for each one.
It'll then log you into your school account for Gmail and personal account for YouTube and "set" each email as ...
An AutoHotkey shortcut, sending the necessary keystrokes, may be an alternate solution. FWIW, an AutoHotkey shortcut is called a Hotkey.
AutoHotkey is a Windows OS solution. For alternative solutions you may find help here.
The same way you'd do any bulk action on email messages: Search first.
Assuming you want to find all of the messages from before April 1 and mark them read:
search Gmail for before:2019-04-01
click the checkbox at the top of the list to select all of the visible messages
if you have more than 1 page of results, you'll get a message similar to "All 50 ...
If the spam goes directly to bin (trash) it's not necessary to report it as Spam, instead, if you want, you could delete them immediately or left those messages there to be automatically deleted after 30 days.
It's very likely that you have a filter that are moving those messages directly to the bin (trash) that it's catching some messages that you want ...
In 2019 you can go to the email menu tree dots button (top right) -> Show original
You should now see the text Original message on top.
Scroll down to Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
The text should be below this.
This only works if the email has a text part.
I believe when you say "their Gmail account" you actually mean your account. You cannot find out about other users last login time or activity.
To see the latest activity of your Gmail account
On the main screen find at the far bottom right part of the page the Details link and click on it.
A pop-up window will appear with the account's latest activity....
To do this, pick a selected checkbox and inspect it. You should see three RGB values (One in the "title" of the box, one in its style, and one in the "aria-label" of the overall element). I edited all three and got it to work, but my guess would be that editing just the "aria-label" and/or the "title" should work.
Check out Gmelius: https://gmelius.com/.
You can share the entire inbox for firstname.lastname@example.org. This way all your team members will be able to manage incoming emails to the_team@ directly from their personal inboxes.
You can also share Gmail labels with only certain colleagues.
Once a shared inbox/label is created, your team will be able to ...
Personally I use another email service provider as the recovery email because I'm a web developer and it's natural for me to have more than one, but in your case it might be cumbersome to create and maintain several email accounts.
You might want to consider adding the email of your significant other as your recovery email. In my case I've added my email as ...
Set up a 2nd email address to use as your recovery email - it can be with Yahoo! etc., or even a 2nd Gmail address.
Alternatively, don't give any recovery email and just rely on the phone being able to receive text messages.
The one thing you should not do under any circumstances is to give an email address that you might not have access to in future (eg ...
Seems like this is kind of a duplicate.
Here is the other question: Is there a way to archive an email in Gmail once it has been read?
I'll leave this one here as the wording of others could be the same as mine.