Gmail Tutorial 2013 – Creating Email Filters (Part 4)


About this tutorial:

Video duration: 9:12
Part 4 of the Gmail Tutorial Video Series 2013 – How to create automatic email filters to label and manage your emails in Gmail.

Gmail Topics Covered:
– Creating a New Filter
– Specifying Filter Options
– Filtering by Multiple Criteria at Once
– Using Gmail Filtes to Bulk Delete Emails

Additional videos in the series:

Gmail Tutorial Part 1 – Introduction and User Interface

Gmail Tutorial Part 2 – Sending & Receiving Emails (Part 2)

Gmail Tutorial Part 3 – Email Organization and…


  1. Can't add this video to my playlist. Have added all the others in this series. Thank you so much. I've learned a lot, and alleviated a lot of confusion from not knowing about, and understanding how labels work.

  2. Hello, I need a little help with creating numbered lists in Gmail. I want to be able to create sub lists with letters and numbers. For example, right now this is all I'm able to do1. Whatever
        1. Sub of Whatever
        2. Another sub2.

    After a long list it gets confusing with only numbers.I would like for the subs to include letters as well. Is there a way to do this automatically?
    1. Whatever
       1a. Sub of Whatever
       1b. Another sub

    Thank you in advance!!

  3. Hopefully I will have solved this by the time you see this, but here's a problem I'm having.

    I get e-mails from someone. I'd like them to end up in two different labels. One for newsletter, another for calendars. (She's a trainer).

    In her calendar e-mails, the phrase"secret password is inside" always pop up, so I've added that to the "has the words"-line. In addition to sending the calendar e-mails to the right label, this also means that other e-mails from her, without the phrase, don't get sorted into that label.

    My problem? The newsletter-label receives everything from her. INCLUDING the calendar e-mails. Since newsletter subjects and content vary, I can't apply the same "has the words"-rule there, as the words change. This means that everything she sends, is put into my newsletter label.

    How do I make the calendar e-mails NOT end up in the newsletter label, when they're already in the calendar one?
    I've tried to add "secret password is inside" under "doesn't have" to the newsletter filter, so that the calendar e-mails wouldn't be let through. Didn't help!

    It's really late, so I might not make any sense. Do you understand what I mean?

  4. Thank  you for being so professional, you told me what I really needed to know. I hope some other video makers online follow your lead and give the people the information they need and not a lot of  unnecessary information, such as about their personal life and other foolishness.  I  also have subscribed  to your channel and I will spread the word about how professional you are to my business partners, Once again thanks.


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