How to Change Your Default Text Style and Font in Gmail

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gmail_logo_stylizedGmail Lab introduced a new feature –Default Text Styling which will allows you to choose the font as your default font that you want to use when you compose new emails.So now you can set the default font, font size, bold, italics, color and background color to be used in your GMail Compose window.Just follow the simple steps as per the following tutorial.

As per official Gmail Blog :

If you like to use a specific text style for your messages, you’ve had to change the font every time you’re about to start typing out an email. Now, you can turn on default text styling from the Labs tab, then go to Settings and set your preferences just once.

How to :

Step 1 : Go to the Labs tab in your Gmail Account

Step 2 : Look for the feature “Default Text Styling” on the Page and click on Enable.

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Step 3 : Now go to Settings > General > Look for Browser connection and then click on “Always Use https

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Step 4 : Now Look for the “Default text style”  and set your default font using the options bold, italics , font color and much more and save changes once done.

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This is it. Now if  you go back and compose a new mail, you will now see your preferred styling as the default.Now each of your outgoing message is ready with your default colorful font.Give it a try and let us know how it works for you.

New in GMAIL Labs: Default text styling [Official Gmail Blog]

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  • blinkky

    That’s how to do it….I never though I can change the font =)

    • I am Glad that this post helps u 🙂

  • Tech Root

    Thanks for Sugestion.

    • You are welcome 🙂

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