They discontinued push email, now only available to paid customers. Normally a company goes about this stuff the other way, a paid service becoming free.
Labels, no folders, the design from hell. Elderly, or children, myself, cannot comprehend this concept, as everything in computerland is organised in folders. The filesystem, mail, music, photos…
Spam filter…just doesn’t work. It really doesn’t check domain names to see if they’re authentic, well-established firms. To think it is useful to mark mail as spam because another Gmail users tagged it as spam is, well, dumb.
Doesn’t load images in html email.
And I think they scan your emails for keywords to create ‘useful advertisements’, just like Yahoo. Erm, no thanks.
Display density? Doesn’t the Gmail team have anything better to do? And if not, don’t do anything, instead of creating utter useless crap.
Compose new email window…with a toolbar at the bottom. Well, it’s new, gotta hand it to them for that one. “It’s a window Jim, but not as we know it”
'Chat spam' beneath my ‘labels’, many people want to Chat with me, since I don't know them, shouldn’t they be in my spam folder, nee, label?
And I think their April Fools' Day jokes are misplaced.
Can't send an .exe attachment, even when compressed. If they scan peoples mail anyway, they ought to understand why to sysadmins are sending .exe files to each other.
Gmail. "The only mail service with no legitimate expectation of privacy".
Other than that, how'd you like the play, Mrs Lincoln?