Ever wake up one morning and think to yourself:
“Jeepers self, if only I could finally remove all the 300,000-odd messages in my Gmail so I do NOT have to increase my Google Storage space!”
If so you’re definitely not alone – omg, the amount of ‘stuff’ that might be in your Updates or Promotions Tab from the early 1920s (okay a bit of an exaggeration can be legend!).
That’s why you’ll love the following (and be sure to return back once you’re done so you can benefit from the additional resources I uncovered for you):
There, you’ll discover goodies like:
“If you want to delete Gmail emails that came from a specific sender, you can use following to first search these emails, and then delete all of them at once.
Synax: from:sender’semail address
For example, I want to delete all the emails that I received from firstname.lastname@example.org, so my filter would be :
“You can also delete all (or some) of your emails based on Gmail categories, you can learn more about Gmail categories in Google’s support documentation here
Syntax to find emails in single category category:categoryname
Syntax to find emails in multiple categories category:(categoryname OR categoryname)
For eg. – If I want to search for all emails in either promotions OR forums OR updates category, then my filter would be :
category:(promotions OR forums OR updates)”
Mastering Taming Gmail is a topic that could make for a grand challenge, cheatsheet, tutorial and more. You could structure it like so:
Step 1.) Look for All the Ways to Safe Space in eMails
Need help with that? Consider:
Next, move to:
Step 2.) Discover Cool Ways to Sort and Use Gmail Effectively
Need resources for that? Consider:
Finally, move to:
Step 3.) Discover How To Use Filters To Store Things Smartly for the Future
Want ideas for that? Consider:
Google is rather cracking down on space… so managing your Google thingees is a Very Good Thing indeed.
Why not take advantage of that today?
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