Inbox management can be a beast sometimes when you’re always doing for others and hardly take the time to stop and organize yourself! In this three-part series, I’m going to take you through setting up an automated inbox system to keep your emails tamed and your stress levels down!
Check out Parts 1 & 2 of the series:
Part 1 – Using Labels & Filters
Part 2 – Setting Up Multiple Inboxes
Part 3 – Auto-archive email after a certain number of days
Today we wrap up the 3-part series by diving into a little code, but don’t worry! I take you step-by-step through the process so even the least tech-savvy person can set up this system. I’ll show you how to have Gmail auto-archive certain emails after 1, 2, 3, or 7 days.
And there you go! We’ve now successfully labeled and filtered emails, added them to multiple inboxes, and set up an auto-archive schedule to fit our needs. You should now have a happily humming inbox, automated, and keeping you stress-free. YAY!
Thank you for sharing this series Jessie!
Anytime! My goal is for you to feel like you’re truly utilizing your tech in an optimal way for your business. Glad you liked the series!
sanjeev ganju says
Thanks for sharing Autoarchive article. It is extremely helpful. I had a question. How does this work for multiple labels?
Do i have copy paste and make a new script for each Label?
Thanks in advance.
Hello! Glad you’ve found the tutorial helpful! To answer your question, you can use just the one script for all labels. You can see in the video how I set up different labels simply by creating extra lines in the code, so the labels 1, 2, 3, and 7 work.