Inbox - Mail - Filters - Create/Import/Export Filters

Introduction

You can use Filters to effortlessly navigate through your emails and quickly find what you're looking for, eliminating the need to constantly rely on the search bar in the email view page. This will allow you easily narrow down emails containing order confirmations, shipping details, delivery information, 2fa codes, and promotional offers.

Setup & Recommendations

Creating Filters

1. Navigate over to the Filters section of Inbox in Mail. This section has a funnel icon titled Filters when you hover over it. 

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2. To create a Filter, on the Filters page click File then Create. The Create Mail Filter dialog will appear.02.png

3. By default, Filters are saved to the All category. You can override this and specify a category to create your Filter into a unique category.

4. Click Create and specify the type of Filter to create. For example, you can select the Subject Contains Type if you want a filter to display only emails that contain that specific text within the Subject. 

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5. Click Save.

6. If you want to enable this Filter, click the Enabled checkbox.

7. You can test your Filter to see if it matches any emails currently in Inbox. If the filter matches, it will show the amount of emails filtered in green text.

8. After configuring the dialog, your filter will be saved and will appear in the table view.

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9. To activate the filter go to the Emails section, which has an icon of an envelope. 

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10. Once in the email section click the Custom Filters on the top right which will bring up which filters you want to enable. 06.png

11. After selecting which filters you want enabled click Save.

12. After clicking Save the e-mails page will display only the emails that match your filter.

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Exporting and Importing Filters

1. Navigate over to the Filters section of Inbox in Mail. This section has a funnel icon titled Filters when you hover over it. 

2. Select the filters you are trying to Export 08.png

3. Click File > Export

4. To import Filters simply click File > Import and select the json file of the filter.



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