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Feature request for GMail

Now, when GMail is my primary free email account I have a feature request. I just want to organize my mails better. The only thing that is missing, imho, is the possibility to remove items from the inbox. I think that there is an easy way to do it without redesigning and producing too much effort. Just make it possible to remove label "inbox", when I'm inside any label. I will work with the whole thing as follows. I read item from the inbox, then assign label/s to it. And then inside each group/label I want to have a possibility to remove label "inbox". The benefit is - I would be able to empty my inbox. Just now I have about 450 items in my inbox.


And BTW. If anyone of my readers still does not have a free GMail account (I doubt that) and want to have it, please feel free to leave a comment with your name and current email address. I have one to give. :)


Update: Actually I figured that out. Label each message you get. If needed create new label. After that go to the specific label and archive messages. This way your inbox will remain empty.


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Comments

# re: Feature request for GMail
Hi Anatoly,

I don't have gmail yet, do you still have a free one?

Matan
(Matan2005@hotmail.com)

9/12/2004 10:29 PM by Matan

# re: Feature request for GMail
you get it :)

9/13/2004 2:10 AM by Anatoly Lubarsky

# re: Feature request for GMail
hey there i would like a free one

soccerking1026@hotmail.com

Devin

9/17/2005 9:09 AM by Devin

# re: Feature request for GMail
Hi How r u all I am intrested in Gmail account i will be very thankfull to you if u send One My Yahoo id is mueedawais@yahoo.com

4/4/2006 7:12 AM by Awais

# re: Feature request for GMail
hi........
my Yahoo account is mysecrets_711@yahoo.com
please send me request for free gmail account

3/1/2007 2:47 PM by king

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