How To Delete All Unread Gmails In One Bulk Action

Not sure how to get rid of all those unread emails in your Gmail Account in one simple bulk action?

Watch the quick video below to learn how.

Yes, I'm ashamed to say that the images below are indeed my very own Gmail accounts.

However, it's much worse than you think. My personal account actually showed 10,857 unopened emails, but when I asked Gmail to show me ALL my Unopened emails it came to OVER 20,000 emails.

Yikes!!​

My Gmail accounts BEFORE I used this quick simple hack

Personal Gmail

Ribbit Gmail

My Gmail accounts AFTER a few clicks!

Personal Gmail

Ribbit Gmail

I am in a place of Zen right now (ha-ha).

Let's Make It Easy For You Too

If you've ever tried to delete ALL your unread emails in Gmail you'll know how frustrating it is.

You tick what you think is the 'ALL' box to remove every single unread email to only find that it's just removed the ones in the current view window - which in my case was 50.

WTF????  I said ALL my emails Gmail, NOT just 50 at a time......grrr!!

My quest for an EASY solution started!

There was no way I was going to sit and delete 50 emails at a time when I had over 20,000 unread emails to delete.

It would have meant me doing the 50 at a time process 400 times!!

Below you will also learn how you can unsubscribe from all the unwanted emails using a really cool FREE tool. You're going to love this too.

The Super Quick Bulk Delete​

Once I did some digging (on YouTube of course) I found the solution and within a few clicks I'd removed every single Unread email in both my Personal and Ribbit gmail account.

I also figured if I've not read them then they surely can't be important.

​My fear initially was "what if there's something really important that I'm about to delete".

REALLY?

If it was that important then surely I would have opened it right?

So, this is just a caution to you too - don't get scared to hit the OK button on the bulk delete.

Your life is not going go crumble around you because of an Unread email. If the person who sent it needs a reply, I'm sure they'll send it again.

Are You Ready To Get Started?

Hit the video below to learn how to delete all your Unread Emails in one EASY action.

How Good Did That Feel?

Are you in a place of Zen right now?

I actually feel excited for you, as this is exactly how I felt when I no longer saw those overwhelming numbers staring me in the face when I opened my Inbox.

Congratulations and welcome to the Inbox ZERO Club - you did it!!

Want To Know Another Amazing Email Hack?

Now you've got your Inbox to ZERO and you're in a happy Zen place right now, let's take it one step further and Unsubscribe from all those unwanted emails.

I wanted to make sure you had the full package for INBOX ZERO and therefore I have done a quick video tutorial showing you how to Unsubscribe from a ton of unwanted emails using a really cool FREE tool.

No longer do you have to open each email, find the tiny unsubscribe link at the bottom, tell them why you want to unsubscribe and by the time you've done 3 or 4 you've had enough so you quit.​ Sound familiar?

There's a much QUICKER way and it's completely FREE too.

Click To Learn More​: Easily Unsubscribe From Unwanted Emails Using This FREE Tool.

Help Others Get To Inbox Zero

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Thank you for giving me your time, I totally appreciate it and I really do hope that I've made your life easier today and helped you finally get to INBOX ZERO.

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