Google just announced that users who have both Gmail & Google+ accounts will be able to send emails to folks without knowing their email address. You can read the full announcement here.

If you’re like me, you keep your inbox neat and tidy. And if you’re also like me, you like to invite people into your inbox rather than open the floodgates to receive emails from people who you haven’t explicitly given permission to communicate with you via email.

If you’re sitting there saying:

“Heck yeah, Jamie! It’s an honor and a privilege for emails to land in my inbox!”

Follow these 3 easy steps to save your inbox and stop unwanted emails from landing in your inbox.

Step 1: Navigate to your Gmail settings and find the “Email via Google+” area.

Google Settings

Step 2: Select your preference from the Drop Down Menu.

Google Settings 2

Step 3: Save your changes! 

Now you don’t have to worry about receiving un-invited emails from people on Google+! Be sure to share this post with your friends so they can save their inbox, too!

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About the Author:

Jamie DuBose is the CEO, Launch Strategist & Marketing Automation Specialist at Zenplicity. She helps profitable entrepreneurs make strategic marketing decisions that consistently improve their business & increase their revenue. Her expertise lies in creating targeted, high-performing campaigns that track & use behavior-based subscriber metrics to sell more units to a more engaged audience.
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