How to automatically delete unnecessary emails from your Gmail?
Google’s Gmail is the world’s most popular and most used emails provider. In 2020, Gmail limited the use of cloud storage. In today’s time, many consumers are receiving marketing emails, newsletters, and promotional emails. Many people have old emails that they have not deleted. Many people have no time to delete unnecessary emails. Too many old emails take lots of the Google storage that is offered for free. For all Google accounts, including Gmail, Drive, Photos, and more, there is only a total of 15 GB of cloud storage available for free. And if you want more storage then you have to spend Rs 130 monthly or Rs 1,300 annually for Google one subscription plan which will provide you 100GB of cloud storage for one year. But if you do not want to spend money on this then you have to delete your old emails to free some storage.
Filters for auto-deletion feature
Thanks to Gmail who allows you to auto-delete emails. There are many methods to delete unwanted emails but one of the most popular and easy method is “filter for auto-deletion”.
Open Gmail account on your desktop.
Now Click on the filter icon available in top of the search bar.
A menu can seem on your screen. simply enter the name or email address of those emails that don’t seem to be necessary in the From section.
Click on the create filter and then choose Delete it.
Hit the Create filter button again.