If you happen to create your documents from the information contained in the email by copy pasting the information into an empty document, you now have an easy way of doing so.
The new Gmail labs feature called “Create a Document” lets you create create a Google Document from an email conversation or a new blank document if your keyboard shortcuts are enabled by hitting ‘g’ then ‘w’.
In order to enable the labs feature for converting your emails into documents, all you need to do is
1.) Login to your Gmail account.
2.) Click on the Settings tab. Navigate to the Labs menu.
3.) Search for the Labs feature “Create a Document” and click Enable.
4.) Save Changes.
Once this Lab feature is enabled, you will get another link called “Create a Document” in your sidebar as shown in the figure above.
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