Enable notifications for Inbox:
tap menu icon
tap settings (just above Help & feedback" at bottom of screen
tap your email address
check "New messages" and your choice of Vibrations, Lights, and sound.
Tap "Turn off Gmail notifications" & confirm (if displayed)
Disable notifications in the Gmail app (if "Turn off Gmail notifications" is not ...
As of current writing, it seems that it's (still) impossible to create a new label in Android Gmail app. From Google Gmail official support,
Create a label
On a computer, open Gmail. You can't create labels from the Gmail app.
On the left, click More.
Click Create new label.
Name your label.
If Inbox App is installed on the device and has access to Gmail ID, then from Inbox App, it is possible to create a Gmail Label, and the same will be SYNC to Gmail App.
There is an option in Inbox App's Navigation drawer (sliding menu) to create new Gmail Labels.
Not sure why the same is not made available in the official Gmail App itself, because the ...
Deleting the Gmail app wouldn't give you extra space, as it came pre-installed as system app. Those "system apps" live in a different partition (/system, which is why they are usually called "system apps"), which is mounted read-only – and not available to the user to be written.
However, Google Apps (including Gmail) are regularly updated via Google Play. ...
The "Select All" feature is not available as of now in Inbox by Gmail app. Nor this feature of multiple selecting of spam emails at once available in the web version of Inbox by Gmail. Only Gmail app has the Empty Spam option but not select all. You can also swipe to delete in the new version of Inbox app. But that won't make a big difference if you have ...
You can't do it from within the app as you can read in Google Product Forums , open since last two years
Alternatively, you can try automation. I prefer Macrodroid, being easy to learn and free (upto 5 macros)
Create a macro
Trigger: Notification → Notification received → Select Application → Inbox → Text content contains → ...
Yes. You can mute an email conversation in Google Inbox. You need to open the email and long press "Done" on your phone. Remember muted conversations will pop back if a reply is addressed to you and no one else, or if you're added to the "To" or "Cc" line in a new message. You may refer to "Mute all replies to an email" section of this help center page: ...
You can check the following location to view the attachments:
In this location you'll see a random code something like cd8ca9801230132321232sd312312ad312
Navigate to that folder and you would see few other folders named
To view the ...
You can indeed! Inbox will give you a pop option to disable notificaitons from Gmail and get them from Inbox, or you can just get the usual Gmail notification. They are completely separate applications, both just happen to link to your emails, which are online so the Gmail app will have the usual layout, and Inbox has its bundles, previews etc. If you wanted ...
In addition to @Izzy 's answer,
I did the same steps in my Samsung Galaxy S4, but what I have noted is that when there are updates available on Google Play, the disabled system apps get re-enabled again.
So disable "Automatic updates" in Google Play Settings.
How I found I could create a new label on Android:
Open Android Chrome.
Invoke Gmail within Chrome (via that 3x3 grid selector), which opens the Mobile version of Gmail.
Open an email & scroll to the bottom and you'll see:
"View Gmail in: Mobile | Older version | Desktop"
Click on "Desktop", which will open the desktop version of Gmail where you can ...
Looks like it is possible now. From the Help:
Open the Inbox app.
Go to the main menu at the top left.
Scroll down and choose Settings near the bottom.
Select your email address.
Make sure Notifications is checked.
Click 'inbox sound and vibrate'.
Click on "Sound" and choose your preferred notification tone.
I'm sure there's no feature as such. But there are ways you can "share".
Text: Click and hold to select text.
Images and similar attachments: Click to preview/Download.
Then you can use the Share menu to send it to other apps or Copy to Clipboard.
Then there's the Screenshot option. Depending on your phone model, the key combination to take a shot may ...
You have removed Inbox app, but the issue remains. If Inbox did modified Gmail settings, then you have to tried the "usual" steps:
Clear Gmail's cache.
Clear Gmail's data (this step also clears the cache): It will reset the app to default. You will have to login again to your account as you did the first time you used the app.
Remove and re-install Gmail (...
So all of the above options definitely work. However, this is the only thing that worked for me.
Go to Settings > Apps > click the top-right corner and select "Special access" > Optimize battery usage > then where it says "Optimized apps", click that and select "All apps". Scroll down until you find Gmail and make sure it is turned OFF.
As soon as I shut ...
In your screenshot, the Block all setting is turned off. This means that notifications are not blocked from this app, so they'll appear as normal. If you want to disable notifications, change this setting to on, or turn off the notifications within the app itself.
You can now do a "shift select" style selection to select all the messages between two.
For example, if I have 6 messages in a row that I would like to delete (because they have been filtered or searched, etc), as below:
Then you can first, select Message 1 by clicking its checkbox. Then hold ...
What I've done in the past (you're not alone in this want!) is take other emails that I've gotten from other flights and replaced all the information with my new flight that I wish to track. Make sure you hit the most important parts
All flight times
Once I filled in all my new ...
With Gmail version 2019.03.03.240577312.release on an Android 8 phone:
Open Gmail, then settings.
Select the account you want to modify.
Select Manage notifications.
Select Sound, then choose a new sound among the list. Click OK.