Save Emails To PDF With This Chrome Extension

Save Emails To PDF With This Chrome Extension

Chrome: You can save any email as a PDF by printing it as such, but if you need to save emails to your hard drive quite often, this Chrome extension lets you PDF an email with one simple click.

Once you download the extension, you should see a “Save as PDF” button in your Gmail inbox. Simply hit that button from any open email, and it will download to your hard drive as a PDF file.

To use the service, you do have to allow its developers, cloudHQ, to link to your Gmail account. They don’t store your data on their servers, though, and you can read their full privacy policy here. To give it a try for yourself, head to the link below.

Save emails to PDF

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