This is a nice list of plug-ins for Greasemonkey that I’m using to make GMail more usable and productive. I hope one day GMail will integrate these.
Here’s the list:
Next, you will have to restart Firefox so the Greasemonkey plug-in takes effect.
When this plug-in is enabled, right-clicking on any thread will display a bubble with a preview of the thread.
When this plug-in is enabled, you will see a link at the right-side of the screen where you can toggle the font for the currently displayed message.
When this plug-in is enabled, GMail labels whose name as a
" #color"suffix will get colored. For example, a label named
"Importante #FF0000"will be drawn within a red bubble in GMail.
When this plug-in is enabled, you can create macros and bind keyboard combinations to them.
When this plug-in is enabled, you will see a Feeds link on the left-hand side of the screen, together with other links like Inbox, Drafts, Spam and Sent.
When this plug-in is enabled, you can customize and store searches that are shown within a yellow frame on the left-hand side of the screen.
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