How to quickly and easily clean up your Gmail inbox with this mass delete trick!
Sometimes, your Gmail inbox can get so cluttered that you just can’t stand it anymore, but you might not want to go through and delete each message individually. So what do you do? Just put everything in the trash, and then empty it! In today’s tech blog, we’ll show you how to quickly and easily clean up your Gmail inbox with this mass delete trick!
When it comes to emails, you have three options
You can keep them all, archive them, or delete them. If you want to keep your inbox neat and tidy, you’ll need to do a little bit of housekeeping from time to time. The good news is, there’s a quick and easy way to mass delete emails so you can get your inbox down to zero in no time.
The first step
Do you have too many emails in your Gmail inbox? If you’re like most people, the answer is probably yes. Having a cluttered inbox can be stressful and make it hard to find important messages. But there’s an easy way to fix this problem: by using a mass delete trick! When viewing your list of emails, if you see any that are old or unimportant, just click on the select all button (which is next to the edit button). Then click on delete at the top of your screen and voila! You’ve got a clean inbox. It’s not necessary to do this for every email, but if you’re feeling overwhelmed by how much you’ve got in your inbox, then go ahead and give it a try.
With just one click of the mouse, you’ll clear out all those unnecessary emails cluttering up your account. Plus, you might even uncover some old forgotten ones that need attention. So what are you waiting for? Give this nifty tip a try today and get rid of the clutter once and for all! Foolproof Solution for Getting Rid of Your Unnecessary Emails!
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- Press Ctrl + A to highlight everything in your inbox.
- Press Delete or Shift + Delete to remove everything from your list at once.
In order to get started, you will need to log into your Gmail account and click on the Settings gear icon. Once you are in the Settings menu, scroll down until you see the Filters and Blocked Addresses section and click on Create a new filter. In the next menu, you will need to enter in the search criteria that will be used to identify the emails that you want to delete. For instance, if you only want to remove emails from one person or email address, then simply type their name or email address in the field labeled From.
If you have set up filters before, then your default criteria might already include some of these fields such as To and Subject. If not, then make sure to fill out all of these fields so that your filter can properly identify which emails should be deleted. If you want to remove emails from more than one person or email address, then separate each name or email address with a comma. You can also use the asterisk (*) symbol to indicate wildcards for partial matches. After you have completed filling out the criteria for your filter, click Create Filter at the bottom of the screen.
Reordering on the main page
Most people’s inboxes are a mess, with hundreds or even thousands of unread emails. However, there is a way to quickly and easily get rid of all of those unread emails. Simply click on the inverted triangle next to the All tab on the main page, select All from the drop-down menu, then click on the checkbox next to the search bar. This will select all of the unread emails in your inbox. Next, press Shift+Delete on your keyboard (or right-click) and it will ask you what to do with these selected messages. Choose Delete immediately if you’re sure you want them gone forever or Archive if you’d like them moved out of sight but still accessible. To be extra safe and avoid mistakenly deleting anything important, Archive first before deleting anything by mistake!