Filters are a useful means of distinguishing between certain types of emails. Especially if you combine them with a label. This way you can see at a glance what an email is about or comes from.You have to start somewhere with such filters. Therefore, keep an eye on your incoming mails for a while and make a filter Greenland Email List each time, where it is relevant. Click on the three dots above the email and choose ‘Filter messages like this’ to create a new filter. Or click the filter icon next to your search bar to get started right away. You enter the criteria there and click on ‘Create filter’ instead of ‘Search’.
filters and labels
While creating a filter, you can choose to Greenland Email List assign a certain label to the emails (and also create a new label on the spot). Also immediately check ‘Apply filter to x number of matching conversations’ to apply the filter retroactively. You can find, edit or delete all your filters in your settings under the tab ‘Filters and blocked addresses’.
A few examples:
At the editorial office, for example, we use Greenland Email List a filter for new articles and authors. They are assigned a red label so that we never overlook them.In my own inbox I receive many e-mail newsletters, which automatically receive the blue label ‘mailing’.Do you have a lot of contact with customers? Then you can use filters to label all emails from different contacts from that company, so that you can easily find them. Think of a filter for emails from ‘frankwatching.com’ that are labeled ‘Frankwatching’.