How to find archive mails in Gmail

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You can find your all archive mails in Gmail easily. Now you don’t need to check out your inbox for your old archive mails. Sometimes, we need to see our old mails and they are in archive files. It makes our time lengthy when we search in all mails.

Steps to find archive mails in Gmail

You can find archive mails in your Gmail app and on desktop easily. Let’s learn to find archive mails in Gmail.

How to find archive mails on Mobile

It’s available on both Android and IOS devices. Follow the steps here:

  1. Open the app: Open the Gmail app. Gmail is available on both Android and IOS platforms.
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  2. Sign in: Sign in with your Gmail account from where you want to recall the deleted emails.
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  3. Tap three bars: Tap three horizontal bars menu at the top left corner.
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  4. Tap ‘all mails’ option: Scroll down and tap ‘all mails’ option.
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  5. Find archive mails: You will see your all mails there. Any email which doesn't have the "Inbox" tag on the right side of the mail’s subject line is archived email. You can find archive mails easily.
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How to archive mails on Desktop

You can find your archive mails on desktop also. Follow the steps here:

  1. Open your browser: Open your preferred browser on your desktop.
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  2. Open Gmail: Open your Gmail and sign in with your account.
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  3. Click ‘more’ option: Click on the option ‘more’ at the right corner below the compose option.
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  4. Click on ‘all mails’ option: Scroll down and click on ‘all mails’ option.

Find archive mails: You will see your all mails there including inbox. Any email which doesn't have the "Inbox" tag on the left side of the mail’s subject line is archived email. 

You can you’re your all archive mails easily. This is how you can find archive mails in Gmail.

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