Exactly as the question states - how do I bulk archive messages, voicemails, and phone calls in Google Voice?

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I couldn't find the answer to this anywhere, so here you go!

  • Go to https://voice.google.com
  • Navigate to the section you want to archive (calls, messages, or voicemails)
  • Click on the circle icon next to the first message you want to archive. Notice that when you hover over the item, the circle changes to a gray checkmark. When you click it, it changes to a blue checkmark and a blue banner will appear saying '1 item selected'.
  • Now Shift+Click the last message you want to archive. It will select the whole group between the first and the last. If you're archiving non-sequential items, simply click the icons of the remaining messages you want to archive (note: there is a 200 item selection limit).
  • Lastly, click the archive icon in the right side of the blue 'X item(s) selected' banner.


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    note, the "Circle Icon" is the contact picture, or the contact letter, or a generic user icon.
    – Stephen
    Commented Jul 9, 2020 at 21:33

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