Gmail, has now become one of the massive email services used.
Not only for personal e-mail, not a few large companies that also use Gmail as the joint e-mail. In sending e-mails, the users can insert various contents to enhance the looks of the sent e-mails, one of which is an image or photo.
The sender can insert images. Such as company logos, product photos or other images. Unfortunately, the more images that are inserted will make the e-mail capacity even greater.
As a result, the time to open the e-mail message can also be longer and heavier. But in the truth, Gmail gives an option for the users to be able to block all images in the contents of the email. This is useful to speed up opening messages and make messages lighter.
Well, here is how to block images on the Gmail service, as quoted by KompasTekno from Ubergizmo, Monday (09/23/2019).
The first step that must be done is to enter the settings menu or settings via the Gmail page on the desktop.
The users simply press the gear logo (gear) in the upper right corner of the e-mail. Click on the logo and select the settings menu.
In the settings menu select the “general” column and find the “images” option. After that select the “Ask before displaying external images” option.
Then, scroll to the bottom and click “save changes” to save the settings and automatically the images in the email body will be blocked.
While for the Gmail users on smartphones, the method is slightly different. Users must press the three-line logo in the upper left corner of the Gmail app. After that, scroll down to find the settings menu.
After entering the settings, the user is allowed to choose the desired e-mail account. After that, select the “images” menu at the bottom.
Then, select the “Ask before displaying external images” option and the images in the body of the email will be auto-blocked. Even if blocked, the user will still be given the option to display images in the e-mail or not manually.