It’s very easy for your Gmail inbox to get out of control. Labels are a great way to keep things organized, but they come in handy for more than that. We’ll show you how to send all emails under a label to the trash.
It is much easier to delete a group of emails organized under a heading than to do it manually, page by page. You don’t have to worry about accidentally deleting the wrong emails either. You will be able to decide if you want to Delete or archive emails.
First, go to the Gmail website in a desktop browser such as Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge. Unfortunately, this cannot be done in the Gmail mobile apps for iPhone and Android. Navigate to the label containing the emails you wish to delete.
Click the empty box icon on the left side above the emails. This will select all emails on that page.
A message will appear above all selected emails with the option to ‘Select all ### conversations in [label name]. Click it.
advice: if you have a lot From emails under the label, it may take some time for this option to appear. well stuck.
Now, with all the emails under that label selected, you can click on the delete or archive icons.
This is it! All emails you selected will be deleted. If you have too many emails, deleting them will probably take a little longer.
Remember that because emails are sent to Gmail trash, you won’t be able to immediately recover the storage space associated with them. They will be automatically deleted after 30 days, or you can immediately Empty Gmail Trash.
Emails can take up your Google Account storage, so it’s a file Good idea to clean things routinely.
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