Organizing your Gmail inbox can be challenging when emails start to accumulate. Furthermore, once your Gmail storage is full, you won’t be able to send or receive new emails.
Now, if you are using Gmail on a desktop computer (browser), mass email message deletion is not too difficult. Once you adjust the number of conversations per page in Gmail settings, you can choose up to 100 emails simultaneously. Better yet, you can select every email—thousands of them—in a specific category or folder.
However, because the Gmail app only lets you choose one message at a time, it might be a laborious procedure for iOS and Android users.
The good news is that you can still use Gmail’s desktop version and pick numerous messages at once by opening the app on a mobile device.
Step 1: Delete All the Mails in a Folder/Label
- Go to your Gmail account and sign in with an open browser.
- Choose the label or folder that holds the messages you wish to remove (in this example, Promotions). To view additional folders on the sidebar, click More.
- In the upper-left corner, click the checkbox icon. Seek for it beneath the search field.
- Click the Select All option that displays at the top.
- Next, select the Trash icon located beneath the Search box.
- Launch a web browser app, such as Firefox or Chrome.
- Press the icon with three vertical dots. Search for it in the screen’s upper-right or lower-right corners.
- Press to turn on the Desktop site feature.
- In the URL search window, type gmail.com, then, based on your mobile keypad, hit Enter or Go.
- Use your favorite email address to log in.
- Choose the label or folder containing the messages you wish to remove.
- Press the checkbox located directly beneath the search bar. This will choose every email to appear on a single page.
- Tap the pick all option that shows up at the top to pick every email message in the folder.
- Tap the Trash icon after that. Seek for it beneath the search field.
Using an iPhone
- Get the Settings app open.
- Navigate to Request Desktop Website in Safari.
- Turn on the option for All Websites.
- As in the previous Android technique, proceed with Step 4 in the same manner.
Step 2: Empty the Trash/Bin Folder
- Open your Gmail account and log in.
- Using the sidebar, access the Trash folder. If you are unable to locate it, click More.
- To permanently remove all of the messages, click the Empty Trash button and then click OK at the following prompt.
On Mobile Devices
- Launch the Google App.
- In the upper left corner, tap the hamburger icon.
- After swiping down the sidebar, tap Bin.
- Now tap Empty Bin.
- To confirm, tap Empty at the next prompt.
How to Delete Emails from a Particular Sender?
You may wish to remove emails from a specific sender or email address rather than erasing every message in your inbox, especially if they are overflowing with junk.
To do this, you can build a filter that will remove emails from a specific email address or user automatically.
Although we are only screening a certain sender at this time, you have the ability to build and modify multiple filters in the future, such as messages with particular sizes, attachments, or terms.
- Next to the search bar, click the “Show search options” icon.
- Next, type in one or more email addresses that you wish to remove and filter.
- Or, pick one of these unsolicited texts to read. If you need to, use the search bar.
- Underneath the search bar, click the icon with three vertical dots. You can also choose Filter Messages similar to these by clicking the one in the upper right corner.
- To create a filter, click. As an alternative, select Search to see the results that have been filtered, and then select Create Filter.
- Turn on the “Delete it” checkbox. To apply the filter to already-sent messages, you may also tick the Also apply a filter to the matching number of emails> corresponding conversations checkbox.
How to Stop Receiving Emails from a Specific Email?
Emails from a specific email will stay in the Trash bin for 30 days even after you set up a filter to delete them automatically. They will keep occupying the Gmail storage space unless they are removed permanently.
Therefore, it would be wiser to avoid getting these emails in the first place.
- To unsubscribe from a Gmail message, open it. Use the search function to locate them easily.
- The small Unsubscribe button adjacent to the email list or newsletter can be clicked or tapped.
- Select the option never to receive emails when you are redirected to the new page.