The digital world warrants us to stare at screens for a significant amount of time. After staring at the screen all day long, the eyes may feel grating as the night sets. Using the dark mode can help minimize the amount of light hitting the eyes on your desktop or mobile device. There are different ways to use the Gmail dark mode. The exact option also varies based on your device.
What is Dark mode in Gmail
Dark mode in Gmail is a Gmail feature used to change the theme of your background to dark on your desktop or mobile device. Dark mode is used to reduce strain on the eyes when reading emails in dim light, to conserve battery life, or for its aesthetic appeal.
Gmail Dark mode vs dark theme
|Dark mode||Dark theme|
|Changes the user interface background to a darker shade||Changes the color emitted from the screen to a warmer color|
|Remains active all day long||Designed for use in the evening and at night|
How to set Gmail to dark mode
Note: This method is suitable for PC/ Mac users
1. “Select the Icon Gear” on the top right-cornor of the Gmail homepage.
2. Locate “Themes then Click on View All”
3. “Scroll down and Select the black rectangle”(When you hover your mouse over it, it should say “Dark”).
5. “Click on the Save” button.
The background should now be black and the inbox area is set to a lighter grey, keep in mind that each message will still have a white background. Your Gmail is now set to dark mode.
Why Gmail dark mode is not working?
There are times when you would prefer your Gmail to appear in dark mode. However, this option may not be apparent for all macOS users.
A few main reasons why your Gmail may not be in dark mode:
I. There is a bug
On very rare occasions, Gmail may not show in dark mode despite you enabling the feature on macOS and the browser because there is a bug. Try to research your problem to find out whether there are any challenges with Google products. That is particularly true if you have been using the feature and it just stopped working on its own.
To wrap up, Dark Theme in Android, iOS, macOS, or Windows provides you an opportunity to have a great viewing experience in low-light environments. It does not matter what the device or OS calls this setting. It does the same thing. When enabled, you can easily read your Gmail emails without stressing your e