Master your inbox with these Gmail tips and tricks.

In our beginner's guide we covered the basics of Gmail for Android and are now looking at functions that extend the functionality of the e-mail client. Regardless of whether you are creating labels to categorize your emails or use filters to automatically sort incoming emails, Gmail provides a set of tools to help you manage your inbox.

If you have not already done so, you should enable the two-factor authentication on your Gmail account . The two-factor authentication works by combining something you know (a password) with something you have (your phone), which doubles the security of your account.

To change settings for synchronization in Gmail

Gmail automatically syncs e-mails for up to 30 days on your phone, but if it is not enough, you can manually increase the sync duration from the settings.

  1. Open Gmail on the start screen.
  2. Tap the Hamburger Menu in the upper left corner.
  3. Navigate to the bottom of the window to find Settings .

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  4. Select the Gmail account for which you want to change the sync settings.
  5. Navigate the account settings for days for synchronization .
  6. Enter the desired number of days in the text field.

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<h2> Using Action Notification in Gmail </h2>
<p> Gmail on the desktop has an undo-send function that is useful when you discover a bug in your email, the second <em> after </em>. The feature is not available in Android. You will receive the next possible functionality by means of action confirmations. If the setting is enabled, a dialog box will appear asking you to confirm the action each time you send, archive, or delete a message. </p>
<li> Tap the <strong> Hamburger Menu </strong> in the upper left corner. </li>
<li> Navigate to <strong> Settings </strong>. </li>
<p><strong> Selecting <strong> General Settings </strong> Selecting <strong> General Settings. </p>
<p> <img src= here is the full list . Labels and filters provide a simpler way to categorize e-mail, but both features are not available in the Android app. You must use Gmail on the desktop to create filters and labels.

    How labels are created in Gmail

    Labels provide an easy way to organize your inbox. You can create a complete label hierarchy with Gmail by nesting sub tags under a parent label to allow more effective email management. For example, you can create a label called Bills to organize all purchase documents, and set up a subfolder called Google for all purchases on the Play Store and other Google domains. Currently, you can only create labels from the desktop client because this option is not available for the mobile versions. This allows you to quickly set up and manage labels.

    1. Open Gmail web interface by visiting .
    2. Click on the More button from the left pane in your Posteingangsansicht .
    3. Select Create new label to create a new label

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<li> Enter your <strong> brand names </strong>. </li>
<p><strong> If you create a sub-label, <strong>select the check box </strong> next to <strong> Nest-Label under </strong> and mark a superior label. </li>
<p> You can manage your labels from the <strong> Manage Tags </strong> section. </p>
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    4. Click the arrow Down at the top of the search bar.
    5. Set the rule for your filter . In this case, all emails are archived by Amazon.

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<li> After adding this <strong> type this search with </strong>. </li>
<p> Select your <strong> desired action </strong> from the list of available options. </p>
<p> <img src= Gmail & # 39; s keyboard shortcuts . They work both on the desktop and on the Android client when they are paired with an external keyboard.

    6. If you are using Gmail on the desktop, it is time for you to reverse . The function is more useful than you think.
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      What are your best hacks for Gmail? Let us know in the comments.

      Update: Updated in October 2017 with details of new Gmail features.



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