cloudHQ Save emails to OneDrive can save and convert to PDF all emails in a label and sub-labels to OneDrive folder. For example, if you have a label called “Support” and that label has sub-labels “Open tickets” and “Closed tickets”, then you can with one click save all emails in labels “Support”, “Support/Open tickets” and “Support/Closed tickets” to a OneDrive folder called “Support”.
Here are how to do that:
- Install the cloudHQ Chrome browser extension from this location: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/save-emails-to-onedrive/dfjhaoiaccecenmihmpkacpeddolendj
- Open your Gmail
- Ensure that email messages you want to save to OneDrive are in Gmail label. Instructions on how to create a Gmail label can be found here
- In your Gmail go to the left side of your inbox and find the label you want to save to OneDrive. If you cannot find the label, scroll down, and click on More and the list will expand. Move to the label’s name. Click ‘More‘. The menu will appear. Select ‘Save label to OneDrive…‘:
- In the options dialog, select New OneDrive folder and type the name. For example: ‘Gmail‘:
- The new folder named Gmail is created. Click ‘Select‘:
- The following options are available:
- The process of saving emails to your OneDrive is started. We will continue saving emails in the background even if you close this dialog, browser, or PC. We will send you an email when the background process is completed.
- You can modify saving options using cloudHQ dashboard:
Save labels to OneDrive; convert all label emails to OneDrive; convert sublabels to PDF