How to Group Emails From the Same Sender Together in Gmail

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Gmail can be an invaluable tool to small business owners who want to stay connected even when away from the office without having an in-house IT department. The Web-based email service allows you to log in from any computer or laptop that is connected to the Internet. Depending on how many emails you receive, a cluttered inbox can lead to you overlooking important messages. To prevent clutter, use the filter feature as well as labels to group relevant emails together. This keeps your inbox uncluttered and allows you to separate business and personal messages so that you can see at a glance when you have received important business mail.


Step 1

Log in to your Gmail account and open a message from the sender whose emails you want to group together.

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Step 2

Click the "More" button and then click "Filter Messages Like This" to automatically add the email address of the sender to the "From" filter field.


Step 3

Click "Create Filter with This Search" and then click the check box next to "Skip the Inbox."

Step 4

Click the check box next to "Apply the Label" and then click "Choose Label."



Step 5

Click "New Label" and then enter a name for the label. Use the name or business name of the recipient as a label to avoid confusion.

Step 6

Click the "Create" button and then click "Create Filter" to apply the changes.




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