Gmail Removes “On Behalf Of” From Your Consolidated Inbox

We’ve shown you how Gmail can consolidate multiple email addresses so you can use Gmail as a universal inbox, and it’s a great feature, but it’s always had one frustrating flaw: The emails sent from the non-default email addresses used to be sent with a message that looked something like: “From [email protected] on behalf of [email protected].” The good news? It appears that Google has dropped this rather annoying feature, meaning you can now much more legitimately use Gmail as your multiple email control centre without broadcasting that fact to the world. Thanks Rob!

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