How To Archive Gmail
To fully utilize Gmail, you need to know how to archive Gmail. Gmail is a fun and easy to use an email service. It has lots of different features such as archive, labels, chat, and a contact list. Gmail has lots of free storage where you can save or archive your emails for later reading. It is free and easy to use too.
- Create labels. Labels are the names of the folders you will be using to archive your Gmail email. Just click on labels, click create a new label and name your label. If you are going to archive emails from friends, label it something like "friends".
Archive your Gmail. When you want to archive an email for future reading, you can do this a couple of ways. You can check the box next to the email you want to archive and then click on the labels tab. Then click on the name of the label you want it to go to and click on the archive button. You can also click on the email and open it, then click on the move to tab and click on the folder you want the email moved to.
- Read your archived emails. Once you learn how to create the labels and archive your emails, you can then go back and read over your archived emails when you want to. There will be a list of your label or folder names under your inbox. Click on the name of the label or folder and it will take you right to the archived emails in that folder. You can also use the search email feature Gmail has. There is a search box on the top left side of your Gmail account. Type in what you are searching for and it will find it for you.
- Archive important emails for work so that you can go back to them later if you need to.
- Archive your usernames and passwords for the websites you join so you will be able to go back and get your username and password in case you forget it. This is a great way to remember all of your usernames and passwords without writing them all down and losing them.