Gmail allows users to delete all messages from one tab at once (Main, Promotions, Social etc) and organize the inbox. The ideal tip for easily deleting and "getting rid" of promo emails or social network alerts. The feature can also help users who need to manage their storage to continue receiving messages without having to sign a storage plan offered by Google.
Bulk action allowed on any tab is useful for people who want to avoid the accumulation of irrelevant messages. Check out in the following tutorial how to delete all emails from a Gmail content tab.
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Tutorial shows how to delete all messages from a Gmail tab Photo: Rodrigo Fernandes / dnetc
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Step 1. Access your Gmail and click on one of the contents tab;
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Step 2. Click the arrow icon at the top left of the screen and choose the "All" option to select all visible emails on the screen;
When to select all visible emails in a Gmail message tab Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa
Step 3. At this point, with the visible emails selected by the previous action, click the "Select all XX conversations in (tab name)" option;
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Step 4. With the bulk selection set, click the "Delete" button;
When to delete all emails from a Gmail tab Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa
Step 5. Once that is done, click the "Ok" button to confirm the action.
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Ready. All tab emails will be deleted. You can clean the trash so these messages are deleted from history.
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