How do I delete thousands of emails in Gmail?

How do I delete thousands of emails in Gmail?

How do I delete thousands of emails in Gmail? This is a question I get asked a lot, so I figured it would be worth addressing on my blog. If you’re like me, you receive dozens (if not hundreds) of emails each day, and figuring out how to effectively manage your inbox can seem daunting. VB TECH

 

Gmail is one of the biggest and most popular email services globally. It comes with 15GB of free storage, which should be enough to keep your inbox from filling up.

 

But if you start using the service heavily and don’t delete any messages, that 15GB limit can be reached quickly. When it happens, you’ll want to clean out your Gmail inbox.

 

This article explains how to delete all emails in Gmail and how to delete emails through the Gmail app for Android and iOS devices.
It’s easier than you think and saves a lot of time.

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How to delete all emails in Gmail step by step

Step 1: Log in to your Gmail account.

Step 2: Type’ label: inbox is: all’ in the search box and clicks on the Search icon. You will get a list of all the emails in your inbox.

How do I delete thousands of emails in Gmail?

Step 3: Now, click on the Select All check box which should appear at the top. This will select all the emails from the list. If you have more than 50 emails, it will ask you to confirm that you want to select all conversations that match this search. Click on ‘Select all conversations that match this search and click OK.

How do I delete thousands of emails in Gmail?
How do I delete thousands of emails in Gmail?

Step 4: After selecting all, click on the Delete button at the top of Gmail. Click OK again to confirm the deletion (if asked). Whenever you go to the trash folder, empty it as well because Gmail doesn’t automatically delete messages in Trash.

 

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