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gmail: how to perform action on all results of a label/search?

Is there a way to delete all email in gmail that has a particular label? Currently I can filter email based on the label and then delete the paginated results, 20 at a time.

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Yes, you can. If you view all emails for a particular label, as you have done, then choose to select All from the drop down selector in the top left, it will select all emails on the page and also give you another link (at the top of the emails) to Select all NNN conversations in "label". Click this, then [Delete] to delete the lot!

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