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How to use search operators in Gmail? (Update 2022)
Categorizing large volumes of email to find specific messages can be difficult. Some smart search operators you can use in the Gmail search box.
Step-by-step Instructions

1. If you type “from:Annie” into the Gmail search bar, it will search all the emails Annie wrote to me.

2. If you type “from:Annie has:attachment” into the Gmail search bar, it will search all emails Annie has written to me that have attachments.

3. If you type “size:5m” into the Gmail search bar, all Gmail messages over 5MB will be displayed.

4. “older_than:100d” is an email viewed more than 100 days ago. It’s helpful to filter and delete old emails.

5. “Is:chat” is to view chat messages from Google Chat.

Google Meet and Google Chat have replaced the Hangouts messaging app, so your messages will move to Chat.


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