How to unsubscribe from and delete mass marketing emails in Gmail

Your email inbox is similar to a virtual home because it serves as the first point of contact for all of your apps for new services, jobs, online purchases, etc. Therefore, letting your inbox fill up with promotional or newsletter emails can make you feel disorganised.

Your inbox may receive these unwanted emails in a variety of ways. For instance, when you make an online purchase, you might have unintentionally given the company permission to send you more promotional emails. Alternatively, a company might have given your email address as part of a list, making it possible for marketers to spam you.

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Unsubscribing from unwanted emails manually
Gmail gives you the option to stop a particular company from flooding your inbox with its promotional newsletters. Both the desktop and Android versions of the Gmail app support this feature. Here’s how you can enable it.

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2. Go to the email that you want to unsubscribe from. 

3. Tap on the three dot menu option. 

4. Hit the Unsubscribe option available. 

Deleting mass marketing emails from your inbox
With this simple trick, you can quickly delete all the unwanted marketing emails from your inbox. At the end of every marketing or promotional email is a tiny “unsubscribe” button. Simply enter “unsubscribe” into your inbox’s search bar and click on the search button. You will see a list of all emails that have an unsubscribe button. Then, select all the emails and hit the delete button. Additionally, you can deselect any subsequent important mail that you might require.

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