There are very few people who search their Gmail effectively. This is because most people are not aware of some of the operators involved in the search. I hope this article should help you manage you emails more effectively and efficiently than ever before.
Search Syntax: Well, Gmail has many search syntax’s. But, this is going to be the basic of all the syntax’s. Use the keyword followed by the syntax, look at the snapshot to get better idea.
Use this syntax to search for incoming emails from a particular person. Syntax: “Keyword” from:email address of the person.
In is used to search for mails from inbox, trash, spam and anywhere. Choose the one you are looking for followed by the search keyword. Syntax: “Keyword” in:inbox
This is used to search for a specific subject. Syntax: subject: hello
You see the following results for the above search.
Or is used to search multiple contacts. Syntax: from:email address1 or email address 2
Has is used for searching attachments sent by a specific contact. Syntax: from: Email address has:attachment.
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