FARIDAHAUGUST 27, 2021 AT 2:05 AM
Thank you very much. I couldn’t find an email I received yesterday, so I thought I accidentally archived it. I found it using “in:all”. Thanks
ERINAUGUST 25, 2021 AT 10:55 AM
1000% AGREE. This article has to have been written by someone who is paid by Google. The archive feature is NOT thoughtful or helpful and is in fact the bain of EVERY SINGLE Google user who has accidentally used it because Google has very UNhelpfully placed the icon as the first icon and you cant move it AND they have automatically set the swipe feature to archive files thus rendering them totally unfinable EVER. If they used a Label to mark the email as ARCHIVED so that you could search for them that would be fine. If they left the ARCHIVE label as an item in your label tree so that you could see the “lets call it what it is… LOST” email that would be fine but all they have done is hidden the email away from you in the All Mail section with no way to differentiate it from the other 10000000’s of emails that are in there. This is the DUMBEST piece of coding since Y2K
GOLDY ARORAOCTOBER 5, 2021 AT 2: PM
I won’t comment on whether this feature is How to remove Avast email signature from my email useful or not, but this article or in fact anything on this website till today is not sponsored by anyone, I only publish/share my knowledge/understanding.
MORGAN IN AUSTINAUGUST 2, 2021 AT 10:3 AM
Nobody wants to look at “all mail”.
What we want is to see “all archived messages. ONLY archived messages”.
How to do this seems to be a great secret. Any idea?
JIMAUGUST 9, 2021 AT 7:01 AM
If I right-swipe an email in my inbox it says it’s archived. If I look in all mail, is there a marker against archived emails or do I have to know what I want to see specifically?
ERINAUGUST 25, 2021 AT 10:59 AM
Nope Jim it has been banished to the LOST IN YOUR ALL EMAIL folder with no distinguishing feature so that you can hunt it down. IF you know what the title of the email is you can follow the directions in this PAID commentary and self congratulatory blog post to perhaps find it in the giant pile of emails that are in your ALL EMAILS label but there is no label or marker or notations that will lead you to the emails that you have accidentally “archived” (ie lost). I would highly recommend changing the swipe functions on your devices so you reduce the chance of using Google’s “Lose your email” function and wish you luck in finding that which Google has helped you to lose….