> Hi again, Group:
> Some clarification--or not. I don't think I mentioned that I typically
> open Gmail via Google Talk and did so tonight. Then *deja vu* occurred.
> First, I got the "snap" message, which I've been getting a lot lately
> using GT. So now I am here via Chrome. When I log on this way, I use the
> New Tab page, which is my Chrome home page, and I open via the Gmail tab
> (screen shot). As two days ago, I see that only one of my apps is there.
> Experimenting, I saved this msg. as a draft and tried opening via GT
> again. This time I was successful. Again, the same single app is there,
> which would be expected. As I write this, I am now firing up a laptop to
> see what appears there. While that's happening, I will mention that in
> both open Gmails (one via GT and one via Chrome), I was unable to find this
> draft looking within likely folders/labels *and* there were no drafts
> showing under Compose on the left. I finally found it but it should have
> shown with the other folders/labels on the left. Back to the laptop, now
> fired up (hope you can follow all this), I opened Gmail via GT and, as the
> other day when I first wrote you, all (3) of my apps are there. I just
> don't understand this. That's all. Wanted to give you this update.
> On Tue, Feb 21, 2012 at 8:21 PM, DEP/Dodo <depfahler@gmai...> wrote:
>> I just noticed on one of my computers that the following have disappeared
>> from the upper right section of Gmail (to the immediate left of the
>> wrench), yet they remain on the other two computers that I use: (1) email
>> this page, (2) Google mail checker, and (3) send this link with Gmail. As
>> I recall, they were apps, but I don't recall how I found them and installed
>> them. Even if I find and re-install them, why did they disappear in the
>> first place? Can you help?