Add GIFs To Gmail With The Gfycat Addon

Add GIFs To Gmail With The Gfycat Addon
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Sometimes things are just better said with a GIF, but adding a GIF to an email exchange is sometimes easier said than done. This week Gyfcat released a Gmail add-on that eliminates the hassle and makings adding GIFs to emails you send to everyone from your boss to your BFF easy to do.

To get GIFs in your own email, you first need to go here and press install. From there, follow the on-screen instructions to install Gyfcat to your Gmail account.

After you’re done, you’ll be able to access the GIFs by clicking on the Gyfcat icon on the far right side of the page. Just like other places you probably use GIFS, from that column you can search for that perfect GIF to match your message.

When you click on it, it will be added to your email so you can send out in all its glory to your recipient.