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Gmail offers a variety of options for sorting your email, helping you decide what you see when you open your inbox.

Mouse over the "Inbox" link and click the arrow to the right.

This dropdown lets you choose between the different inbox types.

Your inbox is automatically set to "Default," which contains the "Primary," "Social," and "Promotions" tabs unless you've changed that in the "Configure inbox" menu.

Gmail's "Priority Inbox," the last choice, automatically sorts your messages into three categories: "Important/Unread," "Starred," and "Everything Else." The three other display options, "Important first," "Unread first," and "Starred first", do exactly as they say, with all other emails falling under the "Everything else" section regardless of stars or importance.

Your Priority Inbox is sorted based on your patterns of use: messages are marked as "Important" if they have things in common with messages you respond to frequently, such as the people involved or their content.

You can also edit, change or add sections for each option by selecting the dropdown arrow on the right.

Choose how many emails are shown in each section, or even add an entirely new section for emails to get filtered under.

EmailElectronic mail; a system where a message is composed and sent via the Internet to be read by another person in a different location.GmailGoogle's email and contact management service.Inbox1. An email client's primary folder that aggregates all incoming email messages; 2. a section of a Web application that houses messages sent directly to a user.Click1. The pressing of a mouse pointer on a link; 2. a tracked metric of users that click on a specific element.Tab1. A sub-window within a parent window; "tabbed browsing" allows users to open many different websites in the same window; 2. a navigational element of many sites including Facebook Pages which allow a visitor to switch between a site's sections while seeing all available sections grouped at the top or to the side. MessageA typed communication that is sent out to others.Gmail552Prioritize Emails In Your Inbox Automatically
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