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Unfortunately, no, this isn't possible with just Gmail filters. You can search for label:Follow up, but that switch won't work for a filter. (Mostly because labels are actually applied to individual messages and not conversations.) At best (short of a Google Apps script) you can save a search for label:Waiting for is:unread, which should find you any ...


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You can group them: {"Words1" AND "Words2"} OR {"Words1" AND "Words3"} etc...


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The trick is that you need to use the "includes these words" input box for the circle filter. Full directions below, or skip to #4 if you are at the filter creation popup screen. Go to the Gmail 'Settings' menu Click the "Filters and Blocked Addresses Tab" Scroll to the bottom and click "Create a new filter" In the "includes these words" box, put in the ...


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Another, possibly easier way than reordering your labels and excluding those already labeled would be to simply add the NOT operator in the first filter against the same criteria in the second. So, if your first filter looks something like this: from:bitbucket.com action: Apply label "@BitBucket" Just modify your other filter like this: {previously ...


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You can't remove a label with a filter. However, it seems that Gmail applies filters sequentially, so if you change the order of your filters so that... the @BitBucket filter is listed above the @Private filter, and the @Private filter includes a negative search in its search criteria (e.g., -label:@BitBucket) so that it only applies the label to messages ...


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I pull via POP3 from 3 different email accounts. Each of them get their own label. The settings page where you specify the account details also allows you to specify the label to use. The last item in the pull-down of labels is "new label..."



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