Establishing an autoresponder for your business email is an excellent way to look professional, set boundaries & expectations for your clients and give clear next steps. Plus, it allows YOU as the business owner to step away and take a break. In this short video and tutorial, learn how to setup an autoresponder in gmail for your business.

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How to Set Up an Autoresponder in GMail

 

Setting up the autoresponder is super simple.

  1. Log in to your gmail account
  2. Click the gear icon on the top righthand corner
  3. Click “Settings”
  4. Scroll to the bottom of the General tab (the one you’re on!)
  5. Find “Vacation Responder”
  6. Add in your autoresponder message, set the dates and save.

Notes:

  • You don’t have to add a signature, it will pull from your preset signature
  • You don’t HAVE to set dates, you can manually turn the autoresponder on and off.

How to quickly setup an autoresponder in gmail so you look professional, set boundaries and expectations for clients and give them clear next steps. @sammunozconsulting www.samanthamunoz.com | #diywebsitedesign #wordpresstips #techtipsforbizowners #gmailtips #gmailsystemsHow to quickly setup an autoresponder in gmail so you look professional, set boundaries and expectations for clients and give them clear next steps. @sammunozconsulting www.samanthamunoz.com | #diywebsitedesign #wordpresstips #techtipsforbizowners #gmailtips #gmailsystems

How to quickly setup an autoresponder in gmail so you look professional, set boundaries and expectations for clients and give them clear next steps. @sammunozconsulting www.samanthamunoz.com | #diywebsitedesign #wordpresstips #techtipsforbizowners #gmailtips #gmailsystems

How to quickly setup an autoresponder in gmail so you look professional, set boundaries and expectations for clients and give them clear next steps. @sammunozconsulting www.samanthamunoz.com | #diywebsitedesign #wordpresstips #techtipsforbizowners #gmailtips #gmailsystems

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