The Gmail settings screen is where you'll find a variety of settings that control how email is sent, received, and appears in your inbox.
- Click the Settings icon.
- Select Settings.
The settings screen opens, with the categories broken up into several tabs at the top.
|General||This section covers a variety of general settings that don’t fit in the other categories. It includes some of the most commonly-changed settings, such as how many emails to display per page, spelling, grammar, and autocorrect settings, your email signature, and vacation autoresponses.|
|Labels||This page lets you manage the labels you’ve created, and control which labels appear in the left pane and in the Labels menu.|
|Inbox||This page lets you change which categories appear at the top of the inbox, as well as whether importance markers are used.|
|Accounts and Import||This settings category is where you can change your account settings, including your password. It's also where you can link another email account to access it from Gmail.|
|Accounts and Import||This category lets you manage all of the filters that you've created and the email addresses that you've blocked.|
|Filters and Blocked Addresses||This page is where you set up email forwarding, as well as configure server settings to use Gmail with other email clients.|
|Forwarding and POP/IMAP||This page is where you set up email forwarding, as well as configure server settings to use Gmail with other email clients.|
|Add-ons||This settings page is where you manage the add-ons you've installed.|
|Chats||This page contains a toggle for enabling or disabling chat.|
|Advanced||This settings page contains a variety of more advanced settings, such as custom keyboard shortcuts and message templates.|
|Offline||These settings let you toggle, and learn more about, offline access to Gmail.|
|Themes||This settings page is another place to change your inbox's theme.|