You can select several emails in Gmail and then apply a single action (like archive) to all of the messages at the same time. For example, you could archive all of the selected emails. In this part, we will explain how to choose individual emails as well as all emails in Gmail’s web version based on the condition of the emails in question.
How to Select All Emails in Your Gmail
In addition, Gmail enables you to select all of your emails rather than just the few that are displayed on a single page. You may do this by clicking the “All” button.
Select the folder from which you want to select all of the emails, then click the Select All button that is located in the left sidebar of the Gmail website. This will enable you to use this option.
Select the “Select” option from the toolbar that is situated at the very top of the emails list. This option is represented by a square icon.
All of the emails that are now being displayed on the screen will be chosen by Gmail. Click the “Select All X Conversations in Folder” option that is situated at the very top of your email list in order to select emails that are not displayed on the page that is currently being displayed of your email list (where “X” represents the number of emails that are located in the folder that you have selected).
That leads us to the close of the discussion. When you select a folder in Gmail, a notice that states “All X Conversations in Folder Are Selected” will appear on the screen. This notice serves as confirmation that the selection of all of the emails contained within the folder that you have chosen is accurate.