Create filter in Google Workspace
In this guide, we'll show you how to create a filter for the Email Optimize to differentiate the emails from your actual messages.
- Log in to your Gmail account.
- Go to the Gmail search box and type in the subject line you want to filter. In this example, we want to filter emails with the subject line "ESWP”, type "subject:ESWP" in the search box.
- Click on the search icon or hit the Enter key to perform the search. This will display all the emails with the specified subject line.
- Click on the 3 parallel icon located at the right-hand side of the search box. This will display a drop-down menu.
- Click on "Create filter" from the drop-down menu.
- In the "Create filter" window that appears, you can specify the conditions for the filter. You can filter emails based on the sender, recipient, subject line, keywords, and more. In this case, the subject line is already specified in the search box, so you don't need to change anything here.
- Filter the emails into a separate folder. So, select "Skip the Inbox (Archive it)" and "Apply the label" checkboxes, and then choose or create the label for the folder you want the emails to be filtered to. For example, you can create a label called "ESWP" and select it.
- Once you've set up the filter conditions and actions, click on the "Create filter" button.
- That's it! Now all automated warm up emails will be automatically filtered into the separate folder you selected.
Create filter in Microsoft365
- Log in to your Outlook account.
- Click on the "Gear" icon in the top right-hand corner of the screen.
- Select "View all Outlook settings" from the drop-down menu.
- Click on "Rules" from the left-hand menu, then click on the "+" sign to create a new rule.
- In the "Create a rule" window that appears, enter a name for your rule in the "Name" field and select "Subject includes" from the first drop-down menu.
- Enter the subject line “ESWP” next to "Subject includes".
- Under "Do all of the following", select "Move to folder" and then click on “Create new folder” and create a new “ESWP” folder.
- Click "Save" to create your new rule.
- That's it! Now all emails with the subject line you specified will be automatically filtered into the separate folder you selected.
By following these simple steps, you can create a filter in Gmail, Outlook and other Email Providers to differentiate emails with a specific subject line and filter them in a separate folder. This can help you keep your inbox organized and avoid getting flooded with automated messages. If you have any further questions or need additional assistance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org