How To Delete Gmail
Don't know how to delete Gmail? Gmail--Google’s free email service--takes a different approach to email and requires a different approach to deleting Gmails. Instead of a stream of emails listed in your inbox, each Gmail becomes part of a “conversation.” Conversations provide flexibility in managing your inbox. Each time someone responds to a Gmail about the same subject, a list of related Gmails appears when you click on your messages. This simple approach makes keeping conversations together a simple task. However, it also requires a different approach to deleting conversations.
- To delete Gmail from the list of Gmails on login, click the checkbox next to the item you would like to delete. You may also use the “All” link to select all Gmail visible on your screen.
- Click the “Delete” button along the navigation portion of your Gmail listing. This will automatically delete all conversations without warning. If you accidentally deleted a Gmail, click the “Undo” link in the pop-up that confirms your deletion. The Gmail will reappear in your mail list.
- Click on the “Trash” link in the left navigation menu to restore a deleted Gmail.
- To locate the Gmail you would like to restore, click the checkbox next to it and click the “Move to” drop-down menu. Select a location from the list of options. You can select “Inbox” and click, which will automatically restore the deleted Gmail to your inbox.
- To delete a Gmail you have already opened, click the “Delete” button along the top navigation menu. This automatically deletes the Gmail and sends it to the “Trash” folder.