Gmail App Mark As Unread – Want to know how to mark an email in Gmail as read or unread? It’s really easy, but it’s also very easy to forget how to label messages as unread or read, too, so if you haven’t found out how to do it, don’t feel too bad yet.
It turns out that in the webmail client, labeling emails as read or unread in Gmail is actually the same as in the Gmail iOS app for iPhone and iPad, and for other platforms as well.
To learn how to label email messages in Gmail as unread or read, read on.
How to mark emails in Gmail as read or unread
Open Gmail if you have not already done so,
“Open the email that you want to mark in Gmail as “Unread” or “Read
To mark the email as read or unread, tap the mail envelope icon
How to mark email in Gmail as read or unread
If you tap the open mail envelope button, Mark as Read
Label as Unread by tapping the closed mail envelope icon
Repeat to mark them as unread/read as desired with other emails
How to Set up Swiping as Unread to Mark
To describe read or unread markings as the swiping operation in Gmail:
Click the hamburger Gmail menu icon (Gmail app hamburger menu icon).
From the menu shown, select Settings.
Now tap Swipe Mail Behavior.
Tap the Swipe Right or the Swipe Left.
Please pick Mark as reading/unread.
To return to the Settings tab, click < twice.
Tap X now.
How to mark the Gmail App as unread: FAQ
How do I mark anything in the Gmail App as read?
You can’t mark all emails as read in the Gmail app, so you can only pick messages one by one by tapping them.
However, in a browser (such as Safari or Chrome), you can mark in bulk using Gmail.
For example, to find all unread emails and to mark them as read:
On a mobile browser, open Gmail (full version).
The form is: unread via Mail search.
Tip: Of course, you can use some other search terms to locate all emails from a particular sender, such as opening a specific label or in: anywhere for all mail.
Tap the entry for auto-complete.
Tap Pick now (Click the Select checkbox).
Pick Select all of the conversations matching this quest.
Tap the Mark as the read button now (Click the Mark as a reading envelope).
Tip: Use the Mark as Unread button to mark unread (Gmail mark as an unread button).
How Gmail can be labeled as read or unread
As mentioned before, in the Gmail.com web browser-based email client, as well as the Gmail for iPhone and iPad app, marking emails as read or marking emails as unread is the same (maybe it’s the same in Gmail for Android too, but I haven’t checked that specifically). This implies that on practically any device you can use Gmail on, whether it is iPhone, iPad, Windows, Mac, Linux, Chromebook, or something else, the labeling as reading/unread approach is the same.
The exception is if you are using the simpler HTML-only Gmail interface with limited bandwidth, clearly labeled ‘Mark as Read’ and ‘Mark as Unread’ buttons, or if you are using Gmail’s hover buttons in the web app.
Anyway, you know how to label email messages in Gmail as read or unread, so have it on! If you use the show unread emails trick in Gmail, this is especially helpful as you can mark messages that will display or not display in the sorting inbox.
The Gmail Web Client and Gmail App for iOS provide Gmail users with a nice alternative email client regardless of which platform they are on. If you’re a Gmail user, depending on your particular needs and use cases, you might appreciate using both or one. Of course, many users just connect Gmail accounts to their email clients natively, and that’s also good, in which case labeling messages as read/unread would be unique to that specific email program rather than to Gmail itself.
Share them with us in the comments below if you happen to be aware of any other tips or tricks for marking messages as reading/unread or any other useful Gmail tips.
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