Turn Off Gmail All Labs Experimental Features

Gmail has been a personal favorite to me since a very long time. Not just because I have been using it since the beginning but Yes, I have tried other email services as well and I am still using Gmail for my daily email connectivity needs. There are a plenty of features available with Gmail and the user interface is really easy to use also you can personalize your email account according to your own requirements.

So talking about one of the features available with Gmail, this feature known as the Gmail labs enables you to try out experimental features that have not been fully developed for commercial use. this is a really good step towards customer relations since people can see what ideas the company is trying to come up with and then they can give their feedback about what they think about it. In my opinion it is really important for a company to take feedbacks from its customers before providing them with something that they wont care about.

So like there are always exceptions in this case too there might be many who are not interested in what this is all about and there would be many who would just want to simply check their emails and get back to work without taking the headache of giving feedbacks. So here we are with instructions on how to disable this feature if you don’t want it.

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Here are the steps that you need to follow to disable the account:

  1. Click on this URL : https://mail.google.com/mail/?labs=0
  2. Login to your Gmail account
  3. Your Gmail inbox will load without the labs feature

In case you change your mind and you need to reactivate this feature here is the to do list :

  1. Login to your Gmail account
  2. Enter this URL : https://mail.google.com/mail
  3. Gmail inbox will load with the labs feature.

I hope that it is really easy to understand this disable and enable the feature to do list and you will be able to work the process out with ease.

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