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Compose email messages from Gmail in a new window / full screen

By default, when you compose an email message from Gmail, reply to an email, or forward one, the email editor will open in the same browser window as your inbox. But Gmail lets you optionally type these emails in a new, separate window, and you can even compose your Gmail emails in full screen thanks to this feature. We will explain how to do both things in this tutorial; using a separate window like a dialog can be extremely useful if you are sending an email about content inside your web browser or another program (like a Word document you are reviewing, and letter you are reading, etc.)

Open the Gmail editor in a new window

Follow these steps to use a separate window for your blank email, reply, or mail forward:

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