Mark Messages as Spam in Gmail Using Clean Email
All Gmail users who are not satisfied with the native junk filtering capabilities should explore third-party inbox cleaners because they offer far more ways to fight junk than Gmail does.
Clean Email stands out as an excellent choice thanks to its extensive email grouping options. By default, the inbox organizer groups messages by sender, but it can also group them by date, subject, label, and more.
Have you received the same unwanted message from multiple senders and would like to block them all in one go automatically? Clean Email makes it extremely easy to mark senders as spam in Gmail:
- Go to https://app.clean.email and sign in with your Gmail email address.
- Select Inbox from the list of favorites in the left pane.
- Click the Group By drop-down to control how the messages are grouped.
- Click the icon next to the message groups you want to select.
- Click the Spam button to mark the selected message groups as spam and confirm.
To automatically mark future messages from the sender as spam, simply click the Create Rule button instead of the Spam button.
You will be presented with the following Auto Clean rule creation window:
There, you need to choose the desired action (Mark as Spam) and click Create Rule. You can also enable the Apply to existing messages toggle.
To manage Auto Clean rules, select the Auto Clean tool from the pane on the left. That’s where you can create new rules from scratch. Just click the Plus icon at the top to create a new Auto Clean rule.
Clean Email lets you create as many rules as you want, making it possible to automate your inbox management to such a degree that you’ll never have to think about it again.
💡 Tip: To clean and use your inbox undisturbed by potentially malicious unknown senders, you can enable the Screener feature to hold messages from new senders outside of your Inbox until you review them and decide if you want to block them or allow them.
These and other features make Clean Email the perfect inbox organization tool for those who want to learn how to mark as spam in Gmail to defeat spam once and for all.