Delete all possible Gmail emails with a few simple tips. The Android and iPhone (iOS) app does not allow you to delete all messages in a folder at once, but you can delete multiple files at once until clearing the inbox. The user can bookmark all emails from one page and delete conversations block by block to empty their email from Google.
By phone, it is also possible to empty the trash can to permanently remove deleted items, eliminating the possibility of recovering them. Check out in the following tutorial how to delete all Gmail emails from your smartphone.
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Step 1. Open Gmail and tap the contact icon or press the desired email to tag it. Note that they will all become selectable. Then mark all the items on the page;
Bookmark all emails from Gmail page to delete them all at once Photo: Playback / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 2. Tap the trash can icon to delete emails immediately. Repeat the process until the emails are gone;
Delete all pages to delete emails from Gmail Photo: Playback / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 3. To empty the trash can and delete all emails permanently, touch the three horizontal stripes to open the menu. Then go to "Trash";
Accessing Gmail trash from your phone Photo: Playback / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 4. Touch the "Empty Trash Now" option and confirm "OK". Emails will be deleted and can no longer be recovered.
Deleting all emails from Gmail trash on mobile Photo: Playback / Rodrigo Fernandes
Use computer as an alternative
Google suggests that the user use Gmail on the computer to delete all emails at once. To do this, open Gmail on your computer and touch the arrow in the upper left corner. Then choose the "All" option to mark all items. Finally, touch the trash can cone.
Deleting all Gmail emails from computer Photo: Playback / Rodrigo Fernandes
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