How To Mass Delete Emails On Gmail App

With the abundance of digital communication and marketing these days, it is quite easy for your Gmail inbox to get swamped with a large number of emails. Deleting these emails one by one is a time-consuming task. Luckily, the Gmail app allows you to mass delete emails with just a few taps. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to do this:

Step 1: Open the Gmail App

Firstly, find the Gmail app icon on your smartphone and tap on it to open it. Make sure you are logged in to your Gmail account.

Step 2: Select Emails

In the Gmail app, you will see a list of your emails. To select multiple emails, press and hold on one email to enable the selection mode. Once you’re in selection mode, tap on other emails to select them as well. A checkmark will appear next to all selected emails.

Step 3: Tap the Delete Button

After selecting the emails you want to delete, simply tap on the Trash icon located at the top of the screen. This will move all selected emails to the Trash.


The deleted emails will be moved to the Trash and will be permanently erased after 30 days. If you wish to delete them permanently right away, you can do so by going to the ‘Trash’ label and emptying it.

Delete All Emails of a Specific Label

If you want to delete all emails under a certain label, for instance, all promotional emails, you can do so by using the following steps:

Step 1: Open Label

Tap on the Hamburger menu (three horizontal lines at the top left corner) and select the label from which you want to delete all emails.

Step 2: Select All Emails

Once you’re in the label, tap on the three dots at the top right corner and select “Select all” from the dropdown menu.

Step 3: Delete Emails

After all emails are selected, tap on the Trash icon to delete all emails from that label.


With these simple steps, you can easily declutter your Gmail inbox and get rid of all unwanted emails. So, don’t let your important emails get lost in the chaos – keep your inbox clean and organized!