Gmail is the most widely used email platform in the world. Gmail has many features to help you manage your email inbox. You can create folders, also known as labels. These can be used to categorize your emails and keep your inbox sorted.
This guide will show you how to create folders in Gmail.
Step 1: Login to your Gmail account
To create folders in Gmail, you will need a Gmail Account. Register for one at mail.gmail.com. Logging in will take you to your email.
Step 2: Click on the “More!” button in the left panel
Your Gmail inbox will be displayed on the left side panel with a variety of buttons. These buttons include “Inbox”, “Sent,” and “Spam”. Three vertical dots indicate the “More” button. To open a drop-down menu, click on this button. It will display a range of options including “Create new label”.
Step 3: Select “Create new label”
To activate the option, click on the drop-down menu and select “Create new label”. You will be prompted to enter the name of your new folder in a dialog box.
Step 4: Give your folder an official name
In the dialog box, enter the name of your new folder. To receive emails from your family and friends, you might name the new folder “Personal”, or “Work” for emails about your job. You can use any name that you want, as long as it’s not already in use.
Step 5: Create additional folders, if desired
Repeat the process to create additional folders. Click on “More”, then select “Create new label,” and enter a name for your new folder. You can create as many folders or labels as you wish to organize your inbox.
Step 6: Move emails into your new folders
Once you have created your folders, you can start moving emails to them. To move an email from your inbox, simply find it and click the “More” button to drag it into the folder. Select the email you wish to move and click on the “Move To” button. The folder you wish to move the email is then selected.
Step 7: Organize your folders as desired
Gmail folders may need to be reorganized as you use them. Drag the folders in the order you prefer. You can also rename folders by right-clicking on them and selecting “Rename”.
Gmail lets you create folders to help you organize your inbox. You can group your emails to organize and categorize important messages. Your inbox can be transformed from being cluttered to one that is well-organized and easy to find what you are looking for.
- How many folders can I make with Gmail?
Gmail allows you to create as many folders as you want. You can create as many folders in Gmail as you wish to organize your inbox.
- Can I nest folders in Gmail?
Gmail does not allow you to nest folders. However, you can use sublabels within Gmail to group emails into one label or folder.
- How can I color code my Gmail folders
Gmail doesn’t allow you to color code folders. However, you can change the color of the label using the Gmail Label Extension.
- Gmail allows you to move multiple emails in one folder.
Yes, multiple emails can all be moved to one folder in Gmail simultaneously. Click the “More” button to select the emails you want to move. Next, click “Move to” to move the emails. Then, you can choose the folder to which you wish to move your emails.
- How can I share my Gmail folders with other users?
Gmail does not allow you to share folders. Google Drive and Google Docs allow you to share files with other people.