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Download automatically all the invoices received in your Gmail

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Get all Gmail received-invoices automatically

Vuala is a powerful no-code platform for automatically download on a daily basis invoices from your company suppliers and your email and your teammates emails and upload them to multiple destinations.

Prep 1: Connect Gmail to Vuala

Follow our guide on how to connect Gmail to Vuala, making sure you've set up both read and write permissions.

  1. Create a Vuala account.
  2. Select Gmail as one of your invoice origins.
  3. Select a destination where you want to receive all Gmail received invoices.
  4. Enjoy :)


To set this up, you’ll need a Vuala account and a few invoices ready to be downloaded. Once you’ve done that, you’ll be ready for resting every end of month.

What is Gmail?

Gmail is a free, web-based email service provided by Google. Here's a brief overview:

  1. History: Gmail was launched by Google on April 1, 2004, initially as an invitation-only service. Over time, it became open to the public and grew rapidly in popularity, largely due to its innovative features and generous storage space compared to other email services of that era.
  2. Features: Gmail offers several features that distinguish it from other email services:
  3. Search: Built upon Google's core competency, Gmail allows users to search their inboxes with advanced filtering options.
  4. Labels and Categories: Instead of traditional folders, Gmail introduced a system of labels to help users categorize emails. Gmail also auto-sorts emails into categories like Primary, Social, Promotions, and Updates.
  5. Integration with Google Services: Gmail is closely integrated with other Google services such as Google Calendar, Google Drive, and Google Meet, allowing seamless transitions between email and these services.
  6. Spam Filtering: Gmail has advanced algorithms to filter out unsolicited bulk emails, and it's recognized for its effectiveness in this area.
  7. Storage: Gmail initially set itself apart by offering 1 GB of storage, a significant amount at the time of its launch. Over the years, this storage capacity has greatly increased, and it's shared across other Google services like Google Drive and Google Photos.
  8. Tabbed Inbox: Introduced in 2013, this feature sorts incoming emails into tabs/categories, helping users manage different types of content.
  9. Smart Compose and Reply: Using machine learning, Gmail can suggest completions to sentences as you type or provide short auto-responses.
  10. Accessibility: Gmail can be accessed via web browsers, or through its mobile app available for both Android and iOS devices. For offline access, Google also provides "Gmail Offline," an application that lets users read and respond to emails without an internet connection.
  11. Security: Gmail uses several layers of security like TLS encryption for email transit, and two-factor authentication (2FA) to enhance account security.
  12. G Suite/Workspace: Beyond the free version of Gmail, Google also offers a paid version as part of Google Workspace (formerly known as G Suite). This is designed for businesses and includes professional email hosting with custom domain names,

along with additional tools like Google Meet for video conferencing, Google Calendar for scheduling, Google Drive for storage and collaboration, and more. With Google Workspace, businesses can manage their organizational data, users, and settings with enhanced security and admin features.

  1. Extensions and Add-ons: Gmail supports extensions and add-ons that allow users to extend its capabilities. For instance, extensions available through the Google Chrome Web Store can integrate third-party tools directly into the Gmail interface, enhancing its functionality.
  2. Themes and Personalization: Users can customize the appearance of their Gmail interface using various themes or by uploading personal photos.
  3. Ads and Privacy: While Gmail is free for personal use, Google does display targeted ads to users. These ads were initially based on scanning the content of emails, but Google announced in 2017 that it would stop this practice. Instead, ads are now based on user settings and data from other Google services.

In summary, Gmail has been influential in shaping the world of web-based email services, introducing numerous innovations that have since become standard in the industry. Its integration with a suite of other Google products and services has made it a cornerstone of the broader Google ecosystem.


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