I often link thoughts to gmail conversations, particularly thoughts representing people. 

TheBrain's browser isn't supported by modern gmail. Which would be fine, because the old HTML version of gmail does work.

However, the URL to a conversation in old gmail is different than in the new gmail.

So what I end up having to do is:

1. paste in the URL to the conversation
2. Navigate to the old gmail
3. scroll or search to find the conversation I wanted to save
4. Modify the attachment URL to be the link to the conversation in old gmail format

So I'm wondering, how easy/hard would it be to have TheBrain's browser support today's gmail? 
+1/2 (I use eM client these days, but GMail is pretty decent and TB supporting would be a good thing)

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I would prefer to have the browser be my preference vice an arbitrary selection.  I do not favor gmail as an arbitrary choice.
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Thanks for posting. Sorry, I'm having trouble following the request, but maybe I'm missing something. I use Gmail and often attach important emails to thoughts. TheBrain remembers my login/password with cookies, so anytime I visit that thought, the email shows up in TheBrain's built in browser in the content window. 

Am I using the "old" version of Gmail?  Is there something newer that I should be aware of?

FYI... any time I have a message that I want to ARCHIVE, I copy and paste the text from the email into my Notes...

It's ok, honestly this one's really not that important, and I'd rather close the issue and turn our attention to other ones. Thanks and sorry.

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