This video goes through some of the simple features of gmail. Perhaps one of the most important things to note is the use of the Bcc option - you will probably have been sent or forwarded emails from large institutions and you can see all of the email addresses of everyone that has received the email, therefore exposing the confidentiality of the other recipients. In this case the Bcc option should have been used. To read more about when to use Bcc have a look at this link.
If you have used chatGPT before, it can sometimes feel like talking with someone who has done too much of their 'research on Facebook', filling in gaps with random facts marginally related to the topic just so they can respond and keep the conversation going. However, if applied or 'prompted' correctly, with the user utterly aware of the limitations and ethical considerations, chatGPT can be a helpful research assistant. There is already a wide range of tools available that are built on chatGPT that can support many of the things described below; however, I am still a bit hesitant to rush in with most of them being 'freemium' or asking you to upload your own research and other details or data into their database, I'm happy to stick with the open version of chatGPT as it is what our students have access to. Image created with AI The following guide highlights some prompts, some follow-up questions and most importantly, what you need to do next to follow up a