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It is my habit to delete all unwanted messages from gmail once a day so that I will not have any unread messages on that. Sometimes we receive so many messages and deleting them will irritate us. I think this problem is being faced by many people.
"Life is easier when you enjoy what you do"
K Mohan @ Moga
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Even this challenging situation would ease
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Deleting the mails or photos is not just enough. Whenever a mail or a photo is deleted, it goes to the trash folder. The content in the trash folder too counts in our Google account. So one must empty the trash folder too, to make more space in our Google account.
To make space in one's account, one must clean one's mail account at least once a month. The inbox of our Gmail account contains important mails, generally. I clean my inbox on a daily basis. Every morning, I select 'unread' from the dropdown menu, unselect the necessary mails which I want to keep and delete the rest. That way, I do not have to select each and every mail one-by-one. The social and promotion tabs generally have all rubbish. So, it is very easy to clean the social and promotion tabs the same way.
Most of the people sync their mobiles with Google, so every photo or video which we download on our mobile, gets uploaded to our Google Photos account automatically depending on the settings on our mobile phone. So, one should periodically delete unimportant photo/videos from our Google Photos' account to keep our Google account relatively vacant. This can very easily be done from anywhere when one is free, like if one is waiting in his car for someone to arrive and say has to wait for 10 mins, the he can open Google photos on his/her phone and delete the unimportant photo/videos. One should remember to empty the recycle bin in Google Photos app on his/her phone to permanently remove or delete the photo/videos in his Google photos account.
When you talk, you are only repeating what you already know. But if you listen, you may learn something new!
I was not aware, though, that the policy of Google about having to pay for storage that exceeds 15 GB was inclusive of emails. I had the incorrect impression that the storage was only with reference to photos.
When you make a commitment, you create hope. When you keep a commitment you create trust! ~ John C. Maxwell