Gmail Themes

Gmail has a new feature where you can select a theme for your Gmail Inbox.  It’s a nice, fun, little feature.  There are currently 31 themes available.  I’ve chosen to use Minimalist after having used Ninja for a few days.
You access the themes through the Themes tab in Gmail’s Settings menu.  My thought is it would be nice to have the option to apply the theme across all of your Google services.  Maybe I’m a little obsessive, but I’d like to have my Gmail, Calendar, Reader, etc. all match. 
Check out the post about Gmail’s new themes feature on the Official Gmail Blog.

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  1. Mani, I haven’t seen the themes in Orkut. I don’t think Google’s made themes available in any of there services other than Gmail and iGoogle.


  2. Divya, Surya and Satinder, I’m not sure what you can do to get themes. I assume Google will be rolling them out to their users over time. I’d check the Official Gmail Blog for more details.


  3. I imagine chrome will have such a feature once it has integrated all of the google services. I think their ultimate goal is to make the chrome web browser into a mini OS that contains all of the google programs in a seamless interface.At least I hope so. Also did you read about someone getting linux on the iphone?


  4. Those of you asking for help with themes are out of luck. I can’t help, I’m just an average google fan. M-unit, you’re probably right about the web browser OS. That would make it possible to have inexpensive portable devices that do everything over the internet. Interesting.


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