It’s a pain, I know. Every time I open my email client, I have to do the same thing: choose what to read.
Gmail’s new bulk forward feature has been one of the most requested features of Gmail users. As I write this, I’ve been trying to figure this out myself, but I’ve been having a lot of feedback (and help from others) on how I can refine it. You can find the answer here.
The basic idea is this: Gmail allows you to forward emails. If you have a bunch of email accounts, you can bulk forward them all together into a single email. This allows you to do the same thing with a bunch of different email addresses. To get started, you need to create a new Gmail account and sign into your account. You can click on the new mail icon in the lower-right corner of the Gmail window.
After you click on the new mail icon, you will open a new window that looks something like this here. You can either drag emails into a folder, or you can click on a folder and select “Bulk Forward”. Click on the “Add” button and a new window will appear that looks something like this here.
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We’ll have to take a few days to figure out what to look for before we move on to the next question.
First, there’s the way to bulk forward emails in gmail. That’s kind of a pain. This is a feature that we know works better in Outlook. But it’s not there for Outlook users only; it’s there for all email users. If you go to this link, on your Outlook Mail window, and click on the gear icon to the left of your address bar, you will see the Add-ons tab, which has a set of options to bulk forward your email.
The bulk forwarding feature is also available in Outlook for any email account, but the options are different. You can only use it in a web-based email client like outlook.com or Outlook, which is no longer the case for Outlook.com. Theres a lot of options to use, but I think our favorite is the option to bulk forward on your Outlook account.
If you try to bulk forward an email address, Gmail will either require you to type it in manually, or it will automatically put the address into the recipient’s address book, and you don’t have to type it in. It’s pretty cool.
For me personally, I use Outlook.com for email but I like the idea of sending emails to your inbox automatically. I have to go to the address book for the email, and I dont get to choose which way I want to send it. So I use Outlook.com as my email client, and I can choose which way I want to send it. I don’t use Mailchimp, and I am not a spammer.