Apparently, something weird happened on Wednesday night. Lots of people stated that they had problems with Gmail. It just refuses to open the tab which includes mail after you’ve introduced you’re e-mail address and password.
It’s not a very pleasant thing, so we thought about a few ways to remediate the problem.
And because we’re nice people and sharing is caring, here are 5 ways to make your life easier when it comes to Gmail.
Check out Google, maybe this is the problem
It’s recommended to visit the G Suite Status Dashboard when you have problems. So make sure to check if any of Google’s applications are not working. You’ll find Gmail among those on the list, too. If next to Gmail is a red light, it means that the service is outage. However, if the light is orange, that shows a service disruption. Either way, it’s bad. It’s not you, it’s them. They should sort things out.
Don’t forget to use a browser that welcomes Gmail’s services
Use Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Microsoft Edge or Internet Explorer. Just to be sure.
Clear cache & cookies
Sometimes, if there’s too much information saved from websites, this can lead to the browser moving slowly. Also, formatting might be caused, too. So make sure to clear cache and cookies constantly in order for the pages to load smoothly.
Ask others what should you do
It’s most likely that you’re not the only one experiencing these problems. Many sites are willing to give you answers, with the help of those people who are in the same situation that you are. There are many forums where people talk about this kind of issues and it might actually be helpful.
Don’t forget to ask Gmail itself
There is a list made by Google which is full of constructive articles that are posted on the Gmail Help Center and which can help you solve your problem.
They will guide you through everything, even if it’s a small problem, like emails not sent or errors while trying to sign in.