All I can say is that at times, organizing gmail’s enormous amount of space is a daunting task…especially if you get busy and let it pile up. Sometimes the best way to do it is on the opening page after you first log into your account. Check off any of the messages that you know you won’t need (like weather forecasts from last week, etc.), and move them into the trash folder. That usually clears quite a lot of space. I use a lot of labels and like them filed away in those labels, however I don’t always have time to do that, so I’ve created the “sort through later” label. If I haven’t read them, then I just check all the ones I want to go through later and use that label and archive them. Also, if you’re actually going to go through e-mail by e-mail and read the information…it really aggravates me that you can’t delete while going to the next message, so I’ve created a label called “Delete this!” and you can apply that label and go to the next message. When you’re through you can just check off all the boxes of the messages that are labelled “Delete this!” and move them to the trash folder. Those are the quick ways to do it if you just like a blank page with the most recent e-mails. However…I’ve started realizing that the search feature is the quickest way to find e-mails that I want to reference, and that kind of eliminates the urgent need to have everything in one individual folder.
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