My email newsletter is something that is delivered tens of thousands of times on a regular basis so it naturally follows that sometimes people will email back who I would rather not talk to
Although I pack a ton of value into every email I send, when sending high volume of emails there’s bound to be some haters, so set up email filters and stop these negative people from wasting any more of your time.
If someone is giving you grief via email simply set up an email filter and you can automatically delete all future emails from them.
Here’s how to set up a GMail email filter so you can prevent inbox overload and stop annoying people from wasting your time.
Step 1. Click the GMail Gear Icon in the Top Right Corner and Select “Settings.”
2. Select the “Filters” Tab
3. Select “Create a New Filter” From the Bottom Middle of the Page
4. Add the Email Address You Want Filtered Out to the “From” Field
5. Check “Delete it” and Click the “Create filter” Button
Congrats your GMail filter was created!
Is there another cool way that you use filters to enhance your GMail experience?
If so let me know with a comment below!