How to mark or unmark spam in Gmail
How to mark, unmark or delete spam in your Gmail account ?
Many times we receive some phishing emails that try to trick you into sharing personal information, like passwords or credit card numbers. To prevent your Gmail account from suspicious emails or unknown senders, you may mark such emails as spam. Gmail automatically detects spam and suspicious emails and marks those emails as spam. When you open your Spam label, you may see emails that are marked as spam by you or Gmail. Each email will contain a reason why the email sent to spam. Sometimes, Gmail auto marks important emails as spam, in such a case; you may unmark those emails to keep in your Gmail Inbox. Here, we will provide you a short guide that helps you to mark, unmark and delete spam in Gmail.
By following the below given steps, you may easily mark, unmark and delete Spam in Gmail on your computer and Smartphone.
For Computer Users
- Open your Gmail account on your computer.
- To mark emails as spam, select one or more emails in the Gmail inbox and then click “Report spam.”
- To unmark emails as spam, on the left side, click “Spam,” If you do not see Spam, click “More.”
- Open the email and click “Not spam” at the top of the page.
- To delete emails in Spam, on the left side, click “Spam.” If you do not see Spam, click “More.”
- Now, you may click “Delete all spam messages now” or select specific emails and then click “Delete forever.”
For Smartphone Users
- Open the Gmail app on your Smartphone.
- To mark emails as spam, select one or more emails
- In the top right corner of the screen, tap More > Report spam.
- To unmark emails as spam, in the top left corner of the app screen, tap Menu > Spam.
- Open the email and tap More > Report not spam.
- To delete emails in Spam, select the Menu >Spam in the top left corner of the screen and tap “Empty spam now.”