NOTE: If you want to convert a single email to PDF, please read How to save and convert a single email to PDF.
NOTE: If you want to back up all of your emails, please read How can I save all my emails for a personal backup?.

cloudHQ’s Chrome extension Save Emails to PDF can save and convert to PDF all emails in a Gmail label and/or sub-label.

For example, if you have a label called “Support,” and that label has sub-labels called “Open tickets” and “Closed tickets,” then you can convert all emails in the labels “Support,” “Support/Open tickets,” and/or “Support/Closed tickets” to PDF with one click.

Here are how to do that:

  1. Open your Gmail. On the left side of your inbox, find the label you want to convert to PDF. If you can’t find the label, scroll down and click the More button so that the list of your labels expands:
  2. Click on the “Arrow Down” or the “Three Dots” icon on the label or sublabel, and a menu will appear. Select Save label to PDF…:
  3. Manage your options and select your preferences. Then, click Start conversion:

Save labels to PDF; convert all label emails to PDF; convert sublabels to PDF