There are a few ways you can quickly find all correspondance from a single person in GMail. Staff author Jess Stratton takes users through several ways to find messages to and from a single person, including using the search box, and hovering the mouse over any contact's name anywhere in GMail, which comes with some additional bonuses.
- [Voiceover] If I'm reading a particular email…from somebody and I wanna very quickly see all…correspondence either to or from that person,…I could put their name into the search bar.…However, a much easier way is to hover my mouse…over their name and then click Emails.…It's going to bring me to a special page.…This page is any email from that particular email address…or addressed to that email address.…It also has a nice tidy little profile…at the top of the page.…I can quickly compose a new email to them if I wanted to,…or I can click their name to see their contact details.…
And directly below that is all the correspondence.…That was one click that we got to this nice little page.…I'm going on Inbox again.…Let's do it with somebody else.…Here's an email that I'm reading.…I'm going to hover my mouse,…and it doesn't even have to be this sender.…I can hover my mouse over any of these recipients.…You'll notice that the link is not underlined,…but all I'm doing is moving my mouse over their name,…and that dialog pops right up.…
Note: To master the basics before you start this course, watch Gmail Essential Training first.
- Explain how to see the chats on the right-hand side of the screen.
- Relate how to undo a sent email after enabling the Undo Send option.
- List the things that can be done to a message that arrives and matches a search.
- Name the file types that are supported when archiving your data.
- Name the limit on a file attachment when sending it through a Gmail account.