How To Bulk Delete Gmail Emails – 3 Easy Ways

Karrar Haider

For over six years, Karrar has been writing about everything Google and Windows with a strict focus on improving security and finding ways to get more out of our devices.

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  1. JF says:

    For many people it will probably be better not to delete bulk mails until the Gmail limit of storage is approaching (which may take a while).
    The reasons: 1) you risk to delete mails you may want later, and 2) you use time researching which mails to delete.
    As for “cluttering” of the inbox, a simple technique can be used to clean up:
    1) star mark all those mails you want to look at later (note that there are several “star markings” (keep clicking to see them all).
    2) archive the rest.
    That way your inbox is always cleaned up. You can still search all mails in the archive with all the search options. You can even move mails from the archive back to the inbox when needed.

  2. Karrar Haider says:

    That’s a really handy tip to keep the Gmail inbox clutter free. Thanks JF!

  3. JF says:

    Thanks. You are welcome! ;-)

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