Please take a look at this video, which offers instructions for deleting more than one screen at a time.Back to Questions
Gmail’s mail system is proprietary, but it tries to guess what messages are important based on your behavior. If you reliably open messages from your boss, for example, Gmail is more likely to assume a message from your boss is important. You can “teach” Gmail to interpret your message importance by clicking on important messages and unclicking messages tagged yellow that are not important.Back to Questions
Google's philosophy is that with so much storage space, message size is not really an issue. Any dramatically large messages will have attachments, and their size can be viewed by displaying the message. You can also take advantage of the search and sort features. See the list of search options which include searching by size: , larger: , and smaller: https://support.google.com/mail/answer/7190?hl=en
If you really want to sort by size, try this trick from a Wall Street Journal tech blogger: http://www.labnol.org/internet/sort-gmail-by-size/21191/Back to Questions
If you use Google Chrome, you can just go to the setting (Gear) and select Desktop Notifications in the General tab. If you use another browser, you can download the Gmail notifier at https://support.google.com/mail/answer/9429?hl=enBack to Questions
This is accomplished through the search features. In the search bar, type to:email address or from:email address and any other options to filter your results. You can also use the dropdown menu and just fill out the appropriate filter options.Back to Questions
To get an idea of why Gmail thought a particular email was important enough to make your Priority Inbox:
● Move the mouse cursor over the importance marker displayed in front of the message in the list or following the Subject when you've opened the message.
● If you cannot see the marker, see below.
● Wait for hovering text to appear with a short explanation of Gmail's message assessment.
Potential reasons for categorizing an email as important include:
● Important mainly because of the words in the message.— You may have marked similar emails important in the past, or the message urges you to action.
● Important mainly because of the people in the conversation. — You've exchanged emails frequently with the sender, or have consistently marked their emails important.
● Important mainly because of your interaction with messages in the conversation.
● Important because you marked it important.
● Important mainly because it was sent directly to you.
● Important mainly because you often read messages with this label.
Reply to the message. To the left of the sender name, there is a down arrow. Click on it to view the menu and select Edit subject.
Go to your inbox and take your mouse and hover over the senders name, in a second or two a window will pop open, now choose "emails". Your email will now be sorted by the sender you hovered over.Back to Questions
Click on Google Plus (upper right-hand corner of the screen), then on View Profile. Then click on your name,and it opens a window to change your name.Back to Questions
Although technically you only have one Gmail address, you can create as many variations of it as you wish to help manage your incoming mail.
You can do this by adding a word after your name with a plus sign (if the site you're entering the address into allows it). So, email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org, and so on.
This alias system then comes into its own if you also set up filters to direct those messages where you want them. For example, they could skip the inbox and be archived, have a label applied, be forwarded to another account, and so on.
To set up a filter, go to "Settings," hit the "Filters" tab, select "Create New Filter" and follow the simple steps from there.
There is an extension called Boomerang (http://www.boomeranggmail.com/) that allows you to schedule delivery of messages. It has been lightly tested, but use at your own risk.Back to Questions
If you have a business process or practice that requires printing multiple email, it is a good time to re-examine that practice! There are so many electronic options that do not consume paper, it is worth investigating. In the meantime, you can use Google Chrome and an extension that allows you to print multiple email messages at a time. Go to for more information.Back to Questions
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