How to Sort and Delete Unread Emails in Gmail?
Most of us have a Gmail account and in most cases, it’s our primary email address. And if you get up to hundreds and thousands of new mails then you probably have dozens of unread mails sitting somewhere in your overstuffed inbox.
Checking your entire inbox, only to find dozens of unread emails could be annoying for you. Sometimes it really helps to show only the unread email messages. Here’s how.
After you logged into your Gmail account, move your mouse cursor over your inbox label and click the down arrow that appears. Select the “Unread First” in the drop-down menu. Voila- you are done. You will see a new, customized interface of inbox displaying a separate section for all your unread mails. From there you can delete unwanted mails or mark all unread messages as read. [also see: priority inbox in Gmail ]
You can also run advanced search operators to find all unreal messages in Gmail. For this, Enter “is:unread label:inbox” in the Gmail search bar and click the search button.
However, repeatedly searching mails from using search operators can get quite cumbersome, and therefore enabling “Unread First” is a good way to find unread emails easily.