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Tutorial on how to save or store your credentials or document in a gmail account using draft method part one

First of all every body knows that credentials is the most important thing in your life so it most be handled with care.
The idea of saving or storing the credentials or document is old cargo but Steel important to everyone that is why I decided to write on it so that those who don't know it will benefit from it and remainder to those who already knows it.
PROCEDURES
for you to save or store your documents in your gmail you most SCAN it using a scanner if you have it if not you can take it to anyone else with it to scan it for you
From there you have your document save in your memory card or any other form of storage and you give it unforgettable name in your memory
From there then open your GMAIL ACCOUNT as usual and log in
Press the COMPOSE at the top left corner of your gmail it will open as you want send new massage to someone else don't worry about it
There are tree thing there
Send to:
Subject :
Contents :
So just leave SEND TO an empty as its
In the SUBJECTS give it a title of your choice
In the CONTENTS here is were your going to save your documents if you open it no need to write anything there just navigate the at the top right ✋ corner of you will see Attache file Pres it and look for the folder you save your file and select it.
Save your massage as DRAFT that's all you have saved your credentials or a document.
By the time you want See your document open your gmail account

Press the INBOX at the top right ✋ corner of your gmail
It will show you the following
Inbox
Spam
Bulabula
DRAFT
then press on the draft scroll down to the name you give your documents Pres EDIT an save your document.
Thank for your time and reading for any question you can drop your comments
You can also contact me at benauwalalr@gmail.com
08175812574

Tutorial on how to save or store your credentials or document in a gmail account using draft method part one Tutorial on how to save or store your credentials or document in a gmail account using draft method part one Reviewed by Alerawas blog on December 21, 2017 Rating: 5

1 comment:

Benauwal Alr said...

There is upcoming tutorial base on this part 2 and is simpler then this one thank you

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