Gmelius is an interesting browser plug-in that lets you take control of your Gmail account to make it behave the way you want it to. Remove advertising, enable long-lost features, and generally improve readability.
Gmelius, pronounced 'Gmail'-'ius' where melius means better in Latin, is a browser extension available for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Opera that customises the look and feel of Gmail. Gmelius gives you the possibility to determine which interface elements you wish to display in your inbox, as well as how you want to use them. Amongst the extension's most popular features are the options to restore the old compose window, to remove all ads, to propose a clean Gmail print style (e.g., no Gmail logo), and to make your Gmail inbox less cluttered and more readable.
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