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Option 1. Force Gmail to Show You Unread Emails First. One of the easiest methods for finding your unread emails in Gmail is to force it to show them at the top of your inbox. This is achieved in five easy steps. Step 1. Click the gear icon, found in the top right of your screen and choose “Settings.” Then select “Inbox.”
Type "label:inbox is:unread" (without the quotes) into the Google search field at the top of the page, and then press "Enter." Gmail displays the first 20 unread messages in your inbox.
On your computer, go to Gmail. To configure your inbox, go to the top right, then click Settings . In the "Inbox type" section, select Priority Inbox. To customize priority inbox setting, click Customize. Choose the inbox sections you want to show Save Changes.
Open the Gmail app, and then slide the message you want to archive left or right. Alternatively, open the message then choose the Archive button on the upper right menu. It's the fourth icon from the right. You should see the message disappear from your Inbox and a 1 archived notification at the bottom when you do that.
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Thankfully, Gmail has made this process pretty easy, here’s what you need to: 1. Select label you want from the left sidebar. 2. Select the emails you want to remove the label from. 3. Click ‘Remove label’ 11. How to color code your Gmail labels? You can color code your Gmail labels by following these steps: 1.
Gmail’s Settings dashboard gives you a wide variety of options for managing your layout, security, email forwarding, and all sorts of features that facilitate your day-to-day communications. You’re also given the choice of Quick Settings which lets you choose your inbox Density, Theme, Inbox Type, and where you want your Reading pane. 3.