Wednesday, January 19, 2011

"Labels" in Gmail



What makes Gmail's labels better than folders is that you can "put" any message in any number of folders. An email can belong to the "most urgent" messages as well as to a particular project at work, for example. It can carry the "needs follow-up" and "family" labels at the same time, and you will find it under both labels.


Gmail does not let you put messages in custom folders. What looks like a limitation is an advantage, however. Gmail has a flexible alternative to folders: labels. Each label operates like a folder. You can "open" the label and see all the messages "in" it. So far, so good.

Creating labels in Gmail



* Select Settings from the top Gmail navigation bar.
* Go to Labels.
* Type the desired name for the label under Create a new label:
* Click Create.

1 comments:

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