Label in Gmail is a helpful tool that help you classify your messages. But different from other tools as: folder, importance markers, or stars, you can add more than one label for one message. Messages with the same labels can be reached by click the label name in the left menu.
How to show/hide and add new lables
In fact, your Inbox and Sent box are lables, they are system lables. And you can add more your own labels to better manage your Inbox. And you can also choose what labels to show and what lables to hide follow our instructions:
- Sign in to Gmail
- After signing in, click click the gear button in the top right, select Settings
- Select “Label” tab.
- You can choose show or hide the label in the list by click on the link. Your change is saved automatically.
- To create new labels, scroll down a bit, there is a “Create new label” button. Click it.
- Enter your label, you can nest label also, by tick on “Nest label under:” box and select a parent. Then click “Create” and Done!
How to edit or remove a label
- Go to the “Labels” tab in Gmail Settings as step 1,2,3 above.
- Sroll down, there is a list of your added labels.
- Choose lables and actions (edit/remove) as you want.
- Note: When you remove a label, messages with that label won’t be removed. So don’t worry about losing your emails.
How to change label color in the display list
- Your lables will be displayed in the left menu of your Gmail Inbox.
- Hover on your label, there is drop down icon on the right of label, click on it, select “Label color”, you can choose your color in the list or add custom color there.
- You can also choose to show/hide or edit/remove labels there.
This FAQ provides answers to basic questions about: Gmail, Gmail Sign In, Gmail Tips & Tricks.
1. How to sign up for an email address
To create new account, Check out our tutorial about Gmail Sign Up
2. I want to login to my account
Check out our tutorial about Gmail Sign In
3. I want to sign in to multiple accounts at once
If you have more than one Google Account, you can use multiple sign-in to switch between accounts without having to sign out and back in again. Here is tutorial about: Sign in to multiple accounts at once
4. I’m having problems logging into Gmail and Google Apps
For all problems such as: forgot gmail password, forgot username, can’t sign in, can’t recover gmail password, browser issue: IE, Firefox, Chrome. Check out our tutorial about Gmail Sign In Problems
5. How to remove the another account in gmail
Check out our tutorial about Delete Gmail Account
6. How to sign out the another account in gmail
- Point your browser to www.gmail.com. If you are redirected to the login page you can stop here, you are already logged out.
- Click on your profile picture at the top right corner of the screen, a dropdown menu appears. At the bottom of dropdown you will find a sign out link. Click the link to sign out of your Gmail Account.
- Once you have clicked the sign out link, you will be redirected to the Gmail log in page.
7. How to check my inbox on Gmail.
Go to Gmail Sign In Page. After sign in to Gmail account, you will go to the Gmail Inbox. It’s better to use a Gmail App to check Gmail inbox. There is a list of Recommended Gmail Apps for you.
8. How to change my account information.
- Sign in to your account. If you don’t know how to do this, check out our tutorial about Gmail Sign In.
- Click on this link https://myaccount.google.com/privacy
- Choose the information you want to edit and follow the onscreen instructions.
Priority Inbox is one of Gmail’s best unsung features. If you get a ton of emails a day, and sifting through them—let alone getting notifications for them—is a nightmare. Now your inbox is split up into multiple categories, so you see the important stuff right up top, out of the way of the junk.
With Priority Inbox turned on, Gmail will only notify you when you have an important message. If you keep Gmail open in a tab, that unread count only goes up if you get an important email, so you aren’t constantly tempted by an overflowing inbox.
If you use Gmail for Android, you only get push notifications when something important comes through, so your phone isn’t buzzing all day. Here are a few ways to speed that process along.
- First: Go About Your Email As Normal: Priority Inbox learns, first and foremost, just by watching you. If you frequently read messages from a specific sender, it learns to mark those as important, and if you frequently reply to emails from them, it knows even better. If you delete stuff without reading it, it’ll learn that those aren’t important. So, the last thing you should do is just go about your email as normal. Give Priority Inbox a bit of time to learn from your actions. If you have just a little bit of patience, you should use Filters and Labels features.
- Use Filters and Labels: Filters help Priority Inbox learn really fast. Say you want to mark emails from your coworkers as important. Just create a Gmail filter that matches from:yourcompany.com and check the box that says “Always Mark As Important.” Similarly, you can use any filter to never mark messages as important. Labels work well for this, too. For example, I have a filter that applies a label called “Internal” to emails coming from any of my coworkers. Gmail now recognizes that many Internal emails are important, though it doesn’t always mark them as important. Depending on the sender and the context of the message, it will use the Internal label as one more deciding factor.
- Actively Mark Messages As Important (or Not Important): Before it has time to watch your behavior, Gmail does a lot of guesswork when marking messages as important. Just like with its Spam button, it only takes a click to change a message’s importance. If Gmail gets it wrong, just click the little yellow tag to toggle that.
- See Why Emails Are Marked as Important: if you’re ever confused as to why Gmail’s marked a message as important, just hover your mouse over that little yellow tag and it’ll tell you! Usually it’s because of “the people in the conversation,” because you “often read messages with this label,” or something like that.