Go to the ‘Gmail lab’ from the ‘Settings’ page of your primary Gmail account.
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Here is the detailed guide to manage all your emails from one Gmail account.
You can also enable this feature with your Google apps accounts (Sign-up with Google Apps for free).
The greatest double-edged sword in productivity technology, email both empowers and overwhelms its users.
But the most successful professionals know how to control their email instead of letting it run their workday.
Just click the appropriate button to enable the email forwarding option. Now, you don’t need to open every account to check for new emails; you can read all the new mails from a single Gmail account. Go to the ‘Settings’ page and head to the ‘Labels’ tab. Now, all the forwarded emails from your different accounts will be labeled with the given names.
Not only that, you can also send the emails using your secondary email addresses as the from address. Here, create a ‘New label’, give a suitable name so that you can easily identify its source email account and save the label. Again, flip to the ‘Filters’ tab and select ‘Create a New Filter’. Alternatively, you can use the Multiple inboxes – a Gmail Lab feature.
However, by the above settings, you can now send emails from the primary account using your secondary email addresses.
But, the new emails are still going to the secondary accounts.
The foremost thing that you need to do is choosing a Gmail account as the primary account which you will check daily and manage all the other accounts from it.