Gmail Ringtones
RYANTADIPARTHI

Hi,

If you open Gmail (google mail), and click on the settings icon on the navbar above, and then click all settings, you will come to a page where it lists all settings.
If you scroll down until you come to the part of desktop notifications, you will see a list of mail notifications.

If you click on the dropdown, it shows an entire list like.

  • Welcome
  • PiggyBack
  • Shrink ray
    ... and more.

could somebody give all those ringtones? Like, you could post it in the comments, and I will download it.

They need to be the exact ringtones that Gmail has.

If you have any doubts or questions, please ask.

Thanks!

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SixBeeps
RYANTADIPARTHI

@SixBeeps Thanks! Also, could you tell me how you did this? So maybe I could do it next time?

SixBeeps

@RYANTADIPARTHI You can't do it if you're still on your locked-down school Chromebook.

RYANTADIPARTHI

@SixBeeps oh ok. Thanks anyways!

RYANTADIPARTHI

@SixBeeps hi, i have a problem with the files you gave. So I'm trying to play these files, and they aren't working. I figured out that the reason was because almost all of the files you gave were 0 seconds long. So replit isn't playing them.

Just to make sure, I tested out other files that are at least 1 or 2 seconds long, and they worked. Could you give the same files again, but this time, please make them 1 second long. Or 2 if 1 is not possible.

Thanks!

SixBeeps

@RYANTADIPARTHI I don't really have the time to do that, but you can use something like https://audiomass.co/ to get what you need.

RYANTADIPARTHI

@SixBeeps thanks! I think i got how to do it, but i'm having one problem.

How do i download it from audiosite, after I have edited the file?

Also, just to make sure, could you do it too? You can do it whenever you have the time. You don't need to rush.

Thanks again!

SixBeeps

@RYANTADIPARTHI

How do i download it from audiosite, after I have edited the file?

File > Export / Download > Export

You can do it whenever you have the time. You don't need to rush.

The problem is I don't know exactly what you want or how you're testing things, so it's better for you to do it by yourself.