According to data there were over 300 billion emails sent and received every day in 2020. This is how you filter all Gmail messages and permanently delete them.
How to delete and filter all emails in Gmail
Enter into Gmail. Next, click on the search bar and type into:anywhere. To select all conversations matching your search, click the S button. To delete all email messages, click on “Trash”.
- To open your Gmail Inbox, type into:anywhere The magnifying glass icon will be next to the search bar.
Filtering your email with other search terms is possible.
- Next click Enter into your keyboard. This will remove all spam and trash messages from your inbox.
- Select all your email addresses from the box. The box is in the top-left corner, right after all your messages.
- Next click on the trash icon. This icon will appear both above and below your messages.
- Click OK to finally delete all unread emails.
It is important to note that Gmail doesn’t permanently delete your email messages. Gmail will instead move your emails from your inbox to your trash folder. This will allow you to permanently delete them.
How to permanently remove all emails from Gmail
To permanently delete all Gmail email messages, type into:trash. Click on Select all […] conversations in the trash. Click Delete forever.
After you’ve figured out how to delete all emails from Gmail, follow our step-by-step guide to organising your Gmail inbox.