Email Searching in Gmail with Operators

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6 Responses

  1. Art says:

    I don’t see where/how I enter the search terms in gmail. Remember to keep it simple for us newbies; don’t skip “obvious” steps.

  2. Rick Allen says:

    Searching for a phrase using quotes does not work. It yields anything containing any of the words, not just items containing the exact phrase.

    • Abhishek says:

      Are you sure? I just tested on my Gmail and it is working fine. Are you using gmail’s mobile app or using web app. Because, quotes let you search exact words that is used in emails in same order.

  3. David says:

    Google messed up quotes in searches a few years ago. “I’m feeling lucky” will match anything with those three words:
    I’m feeling lucky
    lucky feeling I’m
    feeling bad, but I’m having a lucky day
    etc.

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