Gmail has been the preferred email service of many of us since a long time. At times our Gmail inbox is stuffed with mails to such an extent that searching for a particular email of the past starts looking like a nightmare, this is when we resort to deleting the email messages that are not relevant anymore.
Usually our inbox is full of important, unimportant, relevant, irrelevant, boring and interesting emails. Every new mail in our inbox fall in one out of these categories. Deleting irrelevant and unimportant emails one by one is practically impossible. Finding unread mails in our inbox and deleting irrelevant items is one technique to get rid of junk but the best way to do this is to delete bulk emails from our gmail inbox.
Deleting all the messages from a particular contact with whom we deal no more is the easiest way of deleting bulk email messages. But finding all the messages from such contacts is again a pain in the neck.
How to delete all mails from one sender?
Here we’ll discuss a great trick to find all the email messages from a particular contact and then use the result to delete multiple emails from gmail inbox.
Search for the name of contact.
Find just one email from that contact.
Hover the mouse over the name of the contact. A pop up window will open.
Click emails in this Pop up Window.
This will list all the emails sent to and received from this contact.
you can now select all the messages you want no more and delete them in one go.
This cool little technique can save a lot of your time on various occasions. Just follow the steps given above and get rid of junk from your gmail inbox. The process can be made easier if you know the gmail keyboard shortcuts - just give them a try.