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Gmail’s New Update Allows Deleting All Emails in One Click

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Google offers 15 gigabytes of free storage to every Gmail user, which they can utilize for Google Photos, email, and Google Drive. While this storage suffices for some users, many Gmail users encounter issues when their storage capacity becomes full.

When Gmail users face low storage, they have two options: purchasing additional storage or deleting old emails. The former option involves a financial investment, while the latter is cost-free. In the past, deleting all emails in Gmail at once was not possible, but a recent update has made it feasible to clear the inbox with a single click. To achieve this, follow these steps:

1. Open your Gmail account and go to your inbox.
2. In the search bar, type “in:inbox” and press Enter. This will display all emails in your inbox.
3. You’ll see a checkbox at the top left corner that selects all emails on the current page.
4. Click the message that says “Select all conversations in Inbox” to select all emails in your inbox.
5. Once all emails are selected, click the “Delete” button (trash can icon) to delete all the emails at once.

This new feature simplifies the process of clearing your Gmail inbox, providing a quick and efficient way to manage your email storage.

 

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