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Create a new filter with the "Has keywords: " field containing "label:Projects" or whatever else appears in the search bar when you open the folder. Select to apply it to all currently matching items Select Mark as read Click Apply You'll get a popup suggesting you not use labels because no incoming mail will ever match, but that's kind of the point. ...


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In your case, if your question is how to 'mark' incoming mail that has been forwarded to your Gmail inbox, you need to do the following: In your example@gmail.com inbox, go to the gear in the top right corner and select settings. Then you need to go to Filters and select Create new Filter at the bottom. In the next menu, in the To field, you must specify ...


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Unfortunately I have been unable to include a wildcard for the search but you can do the following: Use the search box to a label you want, or click on the label on the side menu On the same row as the More button you will see a button with a square and a pull down. click on the pull down You will see several choices including: All, None, Read, Unread, ...


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In the searchbox in your gmail use label:unread to display all unread mails. When you want to filter this down towards one or more filters, append the search query with label:x After that simple (keep using) use the button "More" and select "Mark all as read". This will mark all email (on current page) as read, and automatically UPDATE the browser with a ...



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