Gmail is the messaging app most used in Europe, especially in Android phones. It is an application that many also use professionally, being able to add signatures in its Android version. It’s common for a huge amount of email to build up in your account over time, taking up too much space.
Among the emails you have received in Gmail, there is always some who are particularly big, occupying a large amount of space on your account. If you wish, in the Android application, you can search for the emails that weigh the most and thus be able to delete them directly to free up space on your mobile.
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Here’s how to find heavy emails in Gmail
When it comes to freeing up space in Gmail, one of the most effective methods is to locate the emails that matter the most. We may delete several of these emails from our account and thus have more space. In the app we can use a series of search filters with which we can quickly locate these heavy emails, without having to navigate between them. The steps to follow are:
- Open Gmail on your phone.
- Go to the search bar at the top.
- Enter larger: 5M (you can change the number to another digit to search for heavier emails).
- Click the magnifying glass icon to search.
- Wait for the results to appear.
The app will show you emails that match that search term. That is, if you used bigger: 5M, it will show you all of these emails larger than 5MB. If you want, you can enter other sizes like 10M to find heavier emails if you want. The idea is the same at all times, find the heaviest emails you have in your inbox, so that you can delete them.
This method helps you locate the emails that you need to delete first, as long as they are not important, from your Gmail account. Especially for those who have a Google account where they don’t pay for storage, it’s important to clean the inbox regularly.
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