How to Delete 200,000 Emails from Gmail

How to Delete 200,000 Emails from Gmail

Are you looking to clean your Gmail inbox? Are most websites not helping you? Fear not! There is a simple and quick solution. I’ve detailed it here for you below: 1. Open your Internet Browser (Google Chrome), head to Gmail, and sign into your account. 2. Next visit the Show search options arrow up top in the search bar, click Create a filter.   3. In the “Has the words” text field, type before:2015/01/01 or your preferred date. That is an example date; the goal here is to delete all messages received prior to January 1 of last year. You can use any date you want, as long as it conforms to the format YYYY/MM/DD. 4. Click the blue Search Mail Button or blue Create Filter with this Search Text Hyperlink   5. Then make sure your screen looks like this:     6. Check the box that has a small arrow next to it, it should mark approx 50 conversations below. You can now see in the dead center of the page a tiny hyperlink for Select All Conversations That Match This Search. (Tip: If you want to preserve your email while still getting it out of your inbox, choose to skip the inbox (Archive it) instead.) You can click that option: “Select All Conversations That Match This Search“   7. Click the Trash Can Button to Delete your Emails!  Depending on how many messages meet the filter criteria, the deletion process may take a minute or longer. If it crashes please repeat this process with a different date filter that might lessen the amount you delete at one time Just make sure you really want to permanently delete all that email....
The Dos Toros Experience

The Dos Toros Experience

For years, burritos have been a staple lunch food for me. Ever since I started college in 2010 I became attached to the thought of rice, beans, meat, veggies and cheese wrapped in thin doughy-wrap. The mix of these 5 key ingredients is part of what makes the burrito so special. It is also the experience around which we eat a burrito which brings sweet thoughts of the food to mind. I started eating Chipotle with friends while attending Hofstra University. Then it became a place to get a quick bite in NYC, along with the occasional pizza hole in wall. Chipotle still holds a place in my heart as a place where cool ideas for my future endeavors spawned. A friend of mine named Maxx had the fantastic idea of starting a Millenial Startups club while we were eating at a Chipotle, like a support group for Millenials starting their own companies. We actually tried it out! It went great at first, but that’ll be another blog post. No need to go on a longer tangent here. Back to burritos… Well, Chipotle is unique for their seasonings. They do a great  job with adding lime and cilantro to the rice, in particular the white rice mix is sublime. I like cilantro and, lime and salt together the flavor is rich and can best described as rice that has a fresh flavor to it. One mistake they make at Chipotle, which in my eyes is not totally forgivable is not making sure they have consistent salt in their food. At many Chipotle locations where I’ve had Chipotle food there...
Morning Bike Ride

Morning Bike Ride

One morning, I woke up early, 5:30am and got back into my new daily routine. Biking. Biking every morning along the Long Beach Boardwalk. That day was slightly different because I was feeling inspired. I bike better when I’m feeling inspired. I was inspired by a meetup group that talked about blogging. The meetup group helped me to understand that blogging is more about personal experiences and life events than simply writing a news post or giving people the facts. Getting back to my blog… So that morning was different because I felt inspired to write about my biking experience. In that way I’d say it’s easy to look at this post as a fresh look at my daily morning routine. This new biking routine that I started, was meant to change how I got my daily exercise. Yet it’s opposite of a habit. Like I have a habit to look at my iPhone notifications every morning lol. ? This routine, hopefully it will become a habit. Unlike checking my iPhone in the morning, I feel like it benefits me throughout the day. This early dose of exercise makes me more energetic during the day. I end up feeling refreshed after every biking workout, it’s a great alternative to relying on something like coffee to wake me up in the morning (and I’m not a coffee drinker lol, so I kinda have to do this). The bike ride starts like this. I go to the shed, my shed is getting a bit old, just getting the bike out can be a hastle. As the bottom of the door is...