If you only know the email address of a person, here are some tricks that will help you know the name, location and and other details of the email sender.
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Learn how to scrape Google pages and extract search results and keyword ranking data using simple ImportXML functions inside Google Spreadsheets.
Learn how you can secure your wireless network with simple router settings and thus prevent unauthorized users from using your Wi-Fi network.
Learn how to send automatic confirmation emails to the user's email address after they submit a Google form. You may also CC a copy of the form to yourself.
Gmail filters help you sort incoming messages based on certain criteria. This tutorials shows how you can setup your own Gmail filters that give you greater control over how your emails are sorted.
Learn how to send personalized email messages in bulk using mail merge in Gmail. You can send rich HTML emails with attachments and inline images.
You can capture the Whiteboard scribbles using the camera of your mobile phone and clean up the image by sending an email to a special address.
Learn how to save your email attachments in Gmail to any folder in your Google Drive automatically through Google Script without installing any extensions.
Most popular websites offer an email interface allowing you to post content on to that site from basic mobile phones that don't have apps or even a web browser.
This step-by-step tutorial explains how you can move your Blogger blog on a Custom Domain to self-hosted WordPress without losing your Google Search rankings.
Learn how to extract unique email addresses from your Gmail mailbox and export them as CSV files with the help of a simple Google Script.
You can set an expiry date for your shared folders and files in Google Drive and the shared links will automatically get disabled at the specified date and time.
The 101 Most Useful Websites on the Internet is a frequently updated list of lesser-known but wonderful websites and cool web apps.
Github offers a platform called Gist for sharing text and code snippets. The Gist website isn't just for geeks though as there're plenty of useful features for non-techies as well.
Learn how to make a QR code for your website that can detect the language of the visitor and then automatically translates webpages in that language.
Learn how to embed Google Maps in your responsive website so the maps resize automatically based on the screen size of the visitor's browser.
You can use Google Drive as a public drop box and receive files directly in Drive from anyone. Guests can even upload files to your Drive folder anonymously.