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  • In this video, we're going to talk about two features that you can use to manage your mail filters, which can automatically sort your mail for you and the search mail feature, which you can use to find a specific message.

  • Let's start by creating a filter.

  • The first thing you should do is decide which types of messages you want to filter.

  • In this example, I get a lot of emails from Twitter, and I'd like to automatically label all of the messages that they send me.

  • I'll select one of the Twitter messages, click the button here, and then click filter messages like thes.

  • Here, you can choose the search criteria that you want.

  • You can filter based on the sender subject or keywords that appear anywhere in the message.

  • Now it has already put in some criteria for me, based on the message that I selected a moment ago, if you need to, you can change any of these criteria.

  • For example, I know Twitter sends me emails from several different addresses, so I'm going to change this to Twitter to make sure it catches all of the emails that they send me.

  • When you're done, click create filter here, you'll need to choose one or more actions that you want Gmail to take when a message fits the search criteria.

  • I wanted to apply the Twitter label, and I also want to archive it so it won't appear in my inbox.

  • I'm going to place a check mark here so it will filter all of my existing messages that fit the criteria and then click create filter.

  • Now to view all of my Twitter emails, I can just click on the Twitter label.

  • If you ever need to modify a filter, click on the gear icon to go into your settings and click filters and blocked addresses, and you can edit or delete any of your existing filters.

  • Now let's say that you received a message a few months ago, and now you need to find it again.

  • Instead of just scrolling through all of your messages, you can use the Gmail search box to find it.

  • Just types of search terms and your results will appear below.

  • If you don't see your message here, then you can try different search terms.

  • Or you can click the drop down arrow to do an advanced search filtering and searching your mail are really useful features, and once you get used to using them, you'll always be able to find your important messages whenever you need them.

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In this video, we're going to talk about two features that you can use to manage your mail filters, which can automatically sort your mail for you and the search mail feature, which you can use to find a specific message.

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Gmail: Creating Filters

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/19
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