Everything you need to know about Gmail Inbox

By | September 1, 2018

Gmail is most using application or website nowadays. It was created by Google on 1st April 2004 13 years ago. It is active in current status.

Now there are more then 1.5 billion users are using this application. Now we will tell you about Gmail Inbox, Sent Items, Drafts and How to recover your deleted mails.

What is Inbox ?

There are three options in Inbox of Gmail named as Primary, Social and Promotions over all Inbox is for those mails or messages which are send by someone and some notifications from your applications. Through Inbox you can read your unread Mails.

Primary Mails:

In Primary messages Gmail Inbox show us our personal mails. In this option you can see your orders,information about your flight, Pictures send by any one, if you reserve a place for you online so, you can get emails on Gmail.

Primary mails is for those mails which are send by your friends, family, office members and anyone but only those who has your Gmail account other messages will not show in your Primary messages.

Social Mails:

In Social messages of Gmail will show you your social updates for example if you watch a video on YouTube and some more videos on a same topic after all of these whenever some one upload that type of video on YouTube which you have been watched on YouTube many times then YouTube will remind you the video to watch it.

As well as it also shows us a lot of things which we like. You can also turn off your notifications of social messages but it will available on your Gmail Inbox.

Promotions Mails:

Gmail promotions is the third party sources. In this option Gmail will show you the promotions of product.Many companies give task to gmail to promote their products then Gmail send us their promotions to us which Gmail shows us in our Gmail Inbox.

Some typical problems such as distractions, difficulty in searching important information buried in messages, and receiving more emails than ever, Inbox by Gmail has many important differences from Gmail, including bundles that automatically sort emails of the same topic jointly, underline that surface key information from messages, and reminders, assists, and snooze, that access the user in handling incoming emails at suitable times.

Inbox by Gmail became publicly accessible in May of 2015.

Sent Mails:

In Sent Mail’s Gmail show us those messages which we have been send to someone.Through this we can read our messages any time.If you want to know your sent messages in details so, click on the button available on the right of the site named as “Details“.

It can show you from which location you send your mail, which browser you use for this purpose and on which time you send this messages.

It also shows us the IP address of machine which we use to sent mails.Sent mail also shows us how many time we use.Now we tell You How to open Sent mails.

  • First of all go to your browser and find www.Gmail.com.
  • Then login your Gmail account.
  • After this see at the left corner of your Gmail account.There are many options like Inbox, Sent mails, Drafts also available there.
  • Click on the Sent Mails.


Draft show’s us the those messages which is unsent.Once a draft message is saved then you can not edit or change it again. It is a single negative point of it. You can send your draft messages to any one.

How to recover your deleted mails of Gmail:

If you have deleted your message on the base of permanent, by clicking Delete ever more in your Spam or Trash, you will not applicable to recover the message which is using the Gmail interface.

  • In the past, users have reported that they are misplaced all of their messages as a result of unauthorized approach.
  • First Sign in to Gmail.
  • Then Click Trash on the left side of any Gmail site. (If you don not see Trash on the left side of your Gmail account, go to the Labels tab in Settings, then click the show link next to the Trash.
  • Now Addressed the message you would like to transfer to your inbox, and check the box next to the sender name.

After all of this Click Move to Inbox.

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