Gmail’s archive system encourage users to never delete anything, which is fantastic for digital hoarders like myself. But it also means there’s a lot more e-waste to wade through when you’re looking for a specific email — even if you have an organized, color-coded labeling system.Gmail’s search options are acceptable, but it’s still a good idea to take matters into your own hands: whenever you have an email that you think you may need to pull up in the future, forward the email to yourself and add a few unique, memorable keywords or sentences. Now, instead of trying to search-hack Gmail with date parameters, you can just type in your keywords/sentences and the email you’re looking for will pop up.
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