Are you having Gmail problems? When users are faced with the prospect of not being able to check their Google mail, or even the pages of the website not loading, they will start to panic. Fortunately, Gmail provides helpful FAQs and troubleshooting pages which users can use for help. Check out the tips below if you are having Gmail problems.
- Can't log in. This is usually an easy enough problem to solve and can happen with any email client. The first thing to do is make sure that your email address, username, and password are entered correctly. Often times, quick typing can cause someone to forget a letter or add in a random number. And because there are so many sites that require a password, make sure that you are using the correct one for your Gmail account.
- Gmail is just "loading." One issue that Gmail users may experience is the constant loading page. Google does suggest that you try using the 'basic HTML view', which is for older and/or slower computers. You can also try using the older version of Google before trying out the Google troubleshooting steps.
- Top of Gmail is cut off. This issue occurs for those who use Firefox and Chrome's AdBlock plugin within their browser. Try disabling AdBlock for the time being and then reload Gmail. Also, check to make sure that you have the current AdBlock plugin, which may have corrected this issue.
- Notes don't save in contacts. This is an ongoing issue that Google is aware of. Sometimes notes that are added to a person's contact listing in Gmail will appear, other times not. Google offers a stand alone contact manager that you can try in order to save those contact notes.
- Apple Mail IMAP. For Apple mail IMAP users, this is something that Google is aware of. Users are unable to log in when using Apple mail. Google states that users try to avoid instances in which they exceed their IMAP bandwidth.
Gmail problems may be plauging you, but know that Google readily acknowledges and responds to users who are having trouble. Many issues have easy resolutions, while others are still being investigated. But whatever the issue, if there isn't an answer yet, there will be in time.