What is the proper use of Dark mode? Well, it is explanatory when we are reading a whole chunk of text on a virtual screen. Our eyes strain when we are reading a whole lot of text on a white bright screen. So, these days technological advancement and new improved features have helped a lot of people to gain comfort while working. So such features include dark mode which minimizes the brightness of the screen and helps reduce eye strains. As we all know what Gmail is and what it is used for. So, Gmail used to be white and throw so much brightness when we are reading text on a screen. But now Gmail also supports dark mode and helps on reducing our screen brightness and easily read our mails. So, if you want to know how to enable dark mode on Gmail then please read the full article.
Steps For How to enable Dark mode on Gmail are as follows:
1. First of all, find your own preferred web browser and open it. In our case, we preferred the Google Chrome web browser.
2. Now, go to the web address and type Gmail.com as shown in the picture below.
3. Now, all you have to do is put your credentials and log on to your Gmail account.
4. Then, you will be logged on to your Gmail account. Now at the top right corner of the screen, you will find the settings button. So, now you have to click on the Settings button and let the page load.
5. Now a new window will pop up. It will include different types of options. But you will have to search for Themes Tab and click on the View all button on the right side of the Theme option.
6. Then, the “Pick your theme” tab will open. So, scroll down to the middle of the window and you will find the Dark theme and choose the dark theme by clicking on it.
7. Now, you will have to click on the Save button as shown in the picture below.
8. So, finally you will have Dark mode activated. And you can see that the whole UI is in Dark Mode.
Just follow these easy steps and you will learn How to enable Dark Mode on Gmail. But if you are still confused about how to do it then just follow our video tutorials whose link is given below: