How To Quickly Delete Emails In Gmail App

Frequently, having a lot of emails in your inbox can cause congestion, making it challenging to locate important ones. Luckily, the Gmail app provides a simple and effective method to eliminate any unwanted or unnecessary emails. Here is a detailed tutorial on how to swiftly delete emails using the Gmail app.

1. Open the Gmail App

On your phone, locate and tap on the Gmail icon to open the app.

2. Select Emails

Once you open the Gmail app, you will see your inbox. To select an individual email, tap on the profile icon of the sender. If you wish to select multiple emails, press and hold the profile icon of a sender and then simply tap on the other emails you want to delete.

3. Delete Emails

After selecting the emails you wish to delete, look at the top of the screen for the trash bin icon. Simply tap on the icon, and voila! Your emails are deleted.

Be aware that this will move your emails to the Trash Folder. They will be permanently deleted after 30 days or you can manually delete them from the Trash Folder.

Deleting All Emails from a Specific Label

If you want to delete all emails from a specific label, the process is slightly different. Here’s how:

1. Open the label

On the Gmail app, tap on the three horizontal lines also known as the “hamburger menu”. In that menu, tap on the label from which you want to delete all emails.

2. Select all emails

Once you open the label, tap on the three dots at the top right corner of the screen. In the options that appear, tap on “Select all”.

3. Delete all emails

Once all emails are selected, tap on the trash bin icon to delete all emails from that label.

Note that the delete option moves the emails into the trash bin. They will automatically disappear after 30 days, but you can manually empty the trash if you want to delete them immediately.

And that’s all there is to it! With these simple steps, you can keep your Gmail inbox clean and organized. Remember, a tidy inbox will help you stay productive and efficient in your personal and professional communication.