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Using Filters in Gmail

Gmail is a powerful email service that offers a variety of features to help you manage your inbox. One of the most useful features is the ability to use filters to automate the process of organizing your emails. Filters allow you to automatically sort incoming emails into specific folders, apply labels, forward emails to other accounts, and more.

To create a filter in Gmail, start by clicking on the gear icon in the top right corner of the Gmail interface and selecting "Settings" from the dropdown menu. Next, click on the "Filters and Blocked Addresses" tab. From there, you can create a new filter by clicking on the "Create a new filter" button.

Once you've created a filter, you can specify the criteria you want Gmail to use to sort your emails. For example, you can create a filter that automatically applies a label to emails from a specific sender, or that forwards emails containing certain keywords to another email address.

Overall, using filters in Gmail is a great way to save time and keep your inbox organized. By automating the process of sorting your emails, you can focus on what's important and avoid getting bogged down by a cluttered inbox.



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