Benefits of Saving Gmail Emails as PDFs.
Converting an email from your Gmail inbox to PDF has many benefits. Here are three key reasons to learn how to carry out this task.
- PDFs are easier to find. If you are flying somewhere, you may receive your boarding pass via email. By saving that as a PDF and transferring it to your phone or tablet, you will have the boarding pass on hand as you check-in without having to frantically search through your emails to find it. What’s more, once it’s saved as a PDF on your device, you won’t need mobile data to access it.
- PDFs are editable. When you save a document as a PDF using Adobe Acrobat you are opening up a world of possibilities when it comes to editing and managing your document. You can use the platform to highlight relevant words and phrases, cut sections, add a signature, and much more.
- PDF storage allows for greater organisation. An important email could be accidentally deleted, mislabelled, sent to your spam folder or become lost in the back and forth of email exchanges. When you save a Gmail email as a PDF, you are actively storing it on your device, guaranteeing it will be there when you need it.
Gmail to PDF: FAQs.
Take a look at some of the most frequently asked questions below to see if your queries are resolved.
How do I edit my new PDF?
If you have Adobe Acrobat DC and are signed up to a subscription plan, you can begin editing your PDF document straight away by using the many editing tools on the right-hand side of your screen.
How to save Gmail email as PDF on iPhone
It’s very easy to save your Gmail email as a PDF on your iPhone. Simply open the email, press the three dots in the top right corner and tap Print all. From there, select AirPrint. If you zoom in and select the share button, you can then select Save to Files. Once you save your email, it will be saved as a PDF. For more information, read this helpful guide..
How do I store the new PDF on my phone or tablet?
Simply email the PDF to yourself and then download it from your phone or tablet. Then connect your device to your PC or laptop and manually transfer it using a wired connection.
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