Why should relevant emails be displayed in a conversation thread?
To facilitate tracking of discussion process: Displaying relevant emails in a conversation thread allows users to clearly understand the overall process of the discussion, avoiding long reading times and difficulties in tracking.
To enhance work efficiency Displaying relevant emails in the same conversation thread helps users quickly locate the information they need, improving work efficiency.
To reduce communication confusion Displaying relevant emails in a conversation thread reduces communication confusion and avoids the repetition or contradiction of information in discussions.
To facilitate information search Displaying relevant emails in a conversation thread helps users quickly find the information they need, making information search easier.
1. First, go to your Gmail settings by clicking on the gear icon located in the top right corner of the screen. From the dropdown menu, click on “See all settings”.
3. Once you are in the settings menu, scroll down to the “General” tab and look for the “Conversation view” section.
4. In this section, you will see the option to turn on the conversation view feature. Simply click on the “Conversation view on” button to activate it. After you have made this change, don’t forget to click on the “save” button at the bottom of the page to save your changes.
5. Once you have turned on the conversation view feature, your emails will now be displayed in a single email thread rather than as individual emails. This means that any emails that are related to each other, such as responses to an original email, will be grouped together under the same subject line. This can help you to keep track of your conversations and make it easier to follow along with the conversation.
Overall, turning on the conversation view feature in Gmail can be a great way to streamline your email organization and make it easier to keep track of your conversations. Just follow these simple steps to turn it on and start using it today.
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