Gmail is the most popular email client today, with more than 1.5 billion active users globally, and you’d be lying if you said that your Gmail doesn’t have useless emails. Google provides 15GB of free cloud storage for all its services, and Gmail can take a good amount of that space. Once the free space is full, you will have to buy more space or delete some of your content to create some space.
Deleting your emails can be tedious when there are thousands of them. But Google offers a few ways to delete your emails quickly. But if you haven’t enabled them, here are some ways to eliminate your useless emails.
Here is how to delete emails on Gmail
To delete all the emails on one topic, you must enter that topic in the search bar and select the “All” tab on the top. This will select all the. Emails that are related to your topic. Tap on the delete icon to delete the emails.
Here is also how to delete large file emails on Gmail.
Another way to free your Gmail space is by deleting emails that contain large files. To do this, follow these steps.
Step 1: On the Gmail search bar, enter ‘has: attachment larger:10M’. This will show you all the emails that take up more than 10MB of space.
Step 2: Select all the emails that you wish to delete.
Step 3: Click the delete icon and delete the files from the Trash folder.
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