Period(.) added to your email address is ignored by Gmail
Here are some interesting facts about Gmail that you may not be aware of:
10. Period(.) added to your email address is ignored by Gmail, as it doesn’t differentiate addresses on that basis. (Source)
9. Gmail now supports third party add-ons (namely Asana, Dialpad, Hire, Intuit QuickBooks Invoicing, RignCentral, Smartsheet, Streak, Trello, Wrike, ProsperWorks). (Source)
7. Verification text/ codes from a 614 number are sent in response to repeated requests, or when Google detects a possible delivery issue. They are ignorable if received unasked for. (Source)
6. Gmail limits sending emails to 500/day (sending similar email to more than 500 recipients in a single email, or sending more than 500 emails in a day) for free service customers. Crossing the limit freezes the service for 24 hours with ‘You have reached a limit for sending mail‘message. (Source 1 | Source 2)
5. Gmail has an ‘undo send’ feature which can be enabled in Settings.
3. Gmail Android app users can access up to 5 accounts simultaneously. (Source)
2. Unlike regular emails that are moved to trash upon deletion, drafts do not get trashed and hence are irrecoverable once deleted.
1. Currently, switching off conversation view works only for non-gmail addresses. You cannot turn off conversation view for gmail addresses yet. (Source)