Gmail Tabs places your most frequently used Gmail labels at the top of your inbox for easy access to keep you productive. With our new Chrome extension, you can focus on the things that really matter and cut down on email search time.
Pro Tip in two steps! Add Inbox Searches To Your Tabs. Let’s say you’re always looking for a specific person’s emails, or there’s a search query you need to run all the time. Our extension can take that search and turn it into a tab, too!
If you need to search for all unread emails in the label using search operators and Gmail Tab Chrome extension, you can add search query into the tab.
So how do you find unread Gmail message with no label? A little filter magic will sort this out in no time.
If you accidentally added a tab, don’t worry! They’re as easy to remove as they are to make. All you need to do is edit your tabs to remove the ones you don’t want.
Rename tab option provides an ability to give a user-friendly name of the selected tab. By default, tab names are given names of Gmail filters or labels, such as “label:inbox or is:starred”, “label:support and is:unread”, and so on. If you have complex Gmail filters, finding specific tabs can get tricky. However, you can assign a name to each tab so you can easily find the tab you want. It’s quite simple, and we’ll show you how.