Have you opened your Gmail inbox, only to discover that you have gradually accumulated hundreds or even thousands of emails? what if you have to delete all mails in one go? Gmail typically displays 50 conversations per page. Fortunately, Gmail offers a faster and easier way to select all conversations in the current label, and act on them at once.
If you want to delete all mails in Gmail at once you have to follow the steps given below:
Steps to Delete All Mails in Gmail:
Step 1: To delete all mails in Gmail first of all visit www.gmail.com and enter your email id and click on Next.
Further, it asks you to put up the password for corresponding email-id. After entering password click on Next.
Step 2: As you log in, the menu section appears on the left side of your screen which has an option ‘All Mails’. All Mails is a folder where all the emails of Gmail are kept. So, we can say it is an archive folder.
Step 3: At the top of all the mails you have a checkbox, to select all the mails appearing on the page. Click that checkbox as it will make all the mails on the page selected. At once only 50 messages or mails are visible on a page. In the image below you can see that it is displaying 1-50 mails out of 1,592 mails.
Step 4: As you click the checkbox a link will appear below the checkbox, allowing you to select all the mails in All Mails box. Like in the image below, you can see there is a link below checkbox stating “Select all 1592 conversations in All Mail”.
You have to click that link and a message will appear that “All *** conversations in All Mail are selected.”
Step 5: Click on the Delete button as you can see in the image below.
Step 6: A pop-up message will appear warning you that the action will affect all the mails in All Mail. Click OK to continue.
So, this was all about the steps to delete all mails in Gmail at once. With the help of steps above, you can delete an entire bulk of messages that to in one click.