Have you opened your Gmail inbox, only to discover that you have gradually accumulated hundreds or even thousands of emails? what if you have searched for all the emails exchanged with a person and want to label or delete them all in one go?
As Gmail typically displays 25 conversations per page, that’s great as showing all 49230 messages in “All Mail” could be slow. Fortunately, Gmail offers a faster and easier way to select all conversations in the current label, search or collection so you can act on them swiftly.
Gmail has some simple but powerful tools to help you search and manage huge numbers of emails. If you feel your inbox is overloaded with the mails and occupying huge storage then you can delete mails and release its memory by following the simple steps. Just have a glance at this article to know how to delete all mails in Gmail.
Steps to Delete Mails in Gmail
Step 1: Login to the gmail account (gmail.com).
Step 2: Now, on the left hand side of your screen, you may see “Trash” Option. Just click on it to open.
Step 3: Under ‘Trash’, you’ll see a check box in front of each and every mail. Just click the check box in front of the mail that you want to delete or you can select all the check boxes at the same time , just by clicking only to the top most check box as marked in the image below.
Step 4: Now, cross check your selection and then click “Delete Forever” button, that will delete all your selected mails and hence, you will get a notification “The conversation has been moved to Trash”.