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How to mark all emails as read in Gmail?
Mark ALL unread emails in Gmail with one action, without going through the emails page by page.
Step-by-step Instructions

Is your inbox cluttered with unread emails? This may cause us to miss an important opportunity, or important information. So we need to clean up our own mailbox and mark all unread emails as read. Make the interface more clear.

1. One way to type “is:unread in:inbox” into the search bar at the top of Gmail to quickly find all unread emails in your inbox.

2. you can select all of the emails by clicking on the ‘select all’ option at the top of the page.
3. Click ‘Select all conversations that match this search
4. Once you have selected all of the emails, you can mark them as read by clicking on the ‘Mark as read’ icon.
5. After you have marked all emails as read, you can then click on the ‘OK’ button to confirm your actions.
You can also use the “Select all” function

1. Clicking on the downward triangle next to the checkbox in the top toolbar, and then selecting “all”.

2. Clicking on “Select all conversations that match this search”.

3. Clicking on “Mark as read”.
It is important to note that marking all emails as read does not delete them from your inbox. If you want to delete your unread emails, you will need to select them and then click on the “Delete” button.

How do I mark all emails as read on iPhone/Android?
It is not possible to mark all emails as read with one click in the Gmail app. Here’s how to mark specific emails as read on an iPhone/Android device:
https://www.tipsforgmail.com/gmail-built-in/mark-all-emails-as-read-in-gmail-app/


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