Using Canned Responses in Gmail To Save Time Replying

Using Canned Responses in Gmail To Save Time Replying

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Of Repetitive Email Answers

Whether you are frequently typing the same answer for support queries or signature lines, Gmail’s Canned Responses feature lets you make quick work of text you use often. 

I personally use canned responses for redirecting people from my inbox over to my support desk… and I leave signature handling for Wisestamp Pro!

If you get a lot of requests to guest blog…. this can be a quick way to ensure you reply with all of the necessary information an links a guest blogger is going to need to successfully blog on your site. 

This is just one of the many time saving features that are part of Gmail but hidden under the “experimental labs” section in your settings.

~ Kim ~
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8 Comments on "Using Canned Responses in Gmail To Save Time Replying"


Guest
2 years 2 months ago

Hi Kim, Canned Responses is a great Gmail lab feature that can really save you a lot of time. I’ve been using this for a while and it’s very handy when you have many similar inquiries that can be answered quickly.

I also use WiseStamp for my signatures because it’s easier to design and the signatures get added automatically.

Guest
2 years 2 months ago

I haven’t even known about such Gmail feature. Thanks, Kim. It will surely make my dealing with answers to emails easier. Perfect solution.

Guest
2 years 2 months ago

I haven’t been heard about Canned Responses since I read this article. Thank you for sharing. I realize Canned Responses are so useful

Guest
2 years 2 months ago

Anything that saves time is useful for a business. I use automation, drafts and email to my phone to help speed up the time I spend reading and responding to messages.

Guest
2 years 2 months ago

Kimberly, thank you so very much for sharing this. I recently saw someone recommend this for new coaching or counseling clients, from a provider’s standpoint. In other words, if someone is starting with me, I can use this response to send information about what forms to fill out, how to prepare for the first appointment, etc. It’s on my To Do list to prepare a couple of these!