Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Enable or Disable Sender Image in Gmail App

All of the Android-based smartphone users, including with the Samsung Galaxy SIII users of course have at least a single Google account in the phone. This account can be used to access Google Play store to allow the user to download contents from there or to access another Google services available in the device, such as Gmail app which can be used by the user to send or receive email messages.

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As another apps, Gmail app also provide the user some improvement in each update, such as displaying sender image in the left of each incoming message. The sender image will make you more easier to know who sent you an email message without having to read the sender's name first. If the sender already added in the Contact app and have a picture enabled, then the sender image will display the picture. If not, the sender image will display the first letter of the sender's name.

How to enable or disable sender image in Gmail app?
Some of the user may be find the sender image is useful, but for others may not. So, if you want to enable or disable this option, then kindly follow the steps listed below:
  1. Open Gmail app.
  2. Tap the Menu key then select Settings.
  3. Tap General settings.
  4. According to your current settings, tap Sender image to enable or disable this option. When the checkbox next to the option is ticked means the option is turned on.

Well, by knowing the step, now you can set this option as you want. If you love the app to display the sender image, then you can leave it on. While if not, you can turn this option off to set back the inbox to looks like as the way the old Gmail app do to show the incoming email messages. So, hope this helps :)

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