How to Batch Delete Emails on Gmail

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Instead of manually deleting emails to clear out your Gmail account, batch deleting is an easy way to free up space without getting rid of the ones you do need. Here are the tips to do it! Enroll and Practice it to stay more organized and focused.

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Log in to your Gmail account.

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Type “Label:all mail” in the top search bar and press the Enter key. You’ll be redirected to a new page.

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Batch together the type of emails you want to delete like emails from a certain sender, time frame, or if it has an attachment.

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Use the “Advanced Search” option for more customization.

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Click on the little square icon at the top, once you’ve selected the emails you want to delete.

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Click on the “Select all conversations that match this search” option if the batch is more than 50 emails.

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Then click on the Delete icon to remove the selected emails from your account. Gmail will automatically preserve the deleted emails in Trash for 30 days.

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Go to Trash and select your already deleted emails and hit the Delete button if you want to remove them permanently.

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