Do you get tired of emails in your inbox that aren't particularly important and/or don't need to be dealt with immediately? Well if you use Gmail (and why wouldn't you?), set up some filters to help make your email management more efficient.
With filters, emails can be automatically:
- Archived (and bypassing your inbox altogether)
- Marked as read
In this tutorial, I set up a filter to automatically make any newsletters sent from a particular email address, skip my inbox and get marked with the label "Newsletters" so I can go back and read them at my leisure.
- Select the email you want to apply a filter to
- Go to "More actions"
- Select "Filter messages like these"
- Input your filtering criteria
- Click "Next Step"
- Choose the actions you want applied to messages like these
- (Check the "Also apply to ## conversations below" if you'd like)
- Click "Create Filter"