We’ve received a few messages / comments about managing the Label List on the left-hand side of the Gmail inbox, so we thought we’d make a quick video explaining it.

With the Label List, you can decide which messages are the most important. For example, I hide the Spam and Trash labels because I rarely open them, but I have the All Mail label visible so I can get quick access to my archived mail.

This is one of the easiest ways to organize your inbox, but a lot of people aren’t quite sure how to do it. Learn how in this video!

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Peter
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Peter

It appears that the video was cut short?

Peter
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Peter

working now. Thanks

Brian
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Brian

Looks like the video has been removed?

Brian
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Brian

And back now.

Kitty
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Kitty

I noticed in this video your inbox is set up in sections and to the right you have separate areas “Wizard Completions” and “Chrome Extension Questions”, etc. What is this view and how do you use it?

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g
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g

very new at this… wondering how did you add color to your labels?

Charlie
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Charlie

Is there a way to move any of your created labels above the default gmail labels like inbox, all mail, trash, etc.?

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