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How to use search operators in Gmail? (Update 2023)
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

There are many search operators that you can use in Gmail to help you find specific emails or messages more easily.
1. If you want to find emails that were sent by a specific person, you can use the “from:” operator. For example, if you type “from:Annie” into the search bar, it will show you all the emails that Annie has written to you.

2. If you want to find emails that have attachments, you can use the “has:” operator. For example, if you type “from:Annie has:attachment” into the search bar, it will show you all the emails that Annie has written to you that have attachments.
3. If you want to find emails that are over a certain size, you can use the “size:” operator. For example, if you type “size:5m” into the search bar, it will show you all the emails that are over 5MB in size.
4. If you want to find emails that are older than a certain number of days, you can use the “older_than:” operator. For example, if you type “older_than:100d” into the search bar, it will show you all the emails that were viewed more than 100 days ago. This can be helpful if you want to filter and delete old emails.

5. If you want to find chat messages from Google Chat, you can use the “is:” operator. For example, if you type “is:chat” into the search bar, it will show you all the chat messages that you have exchanged using Google Chat.

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There are many other search operators that you can use in Gmail, such as “to:”, “subject:”, “label:”, and “in:”. By learning how to use these operators, you can easily find the emails or messages that you are looking for and manage your inbox more efficiently.


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