Did you know that you can share your Gmail labels (and sub-labels) with other Gmail users?
Now, sharing a label is just like sharing a folder in Google Drive. Once you type an email address of the person you want to share your Gmail label with, they’ll be able to access the emails in your Gmail label folder. They’ll be able to add, move, edit, and delete email messages.
It’s a quick and convenient way to share multiple emails at once, instead of forwarding each email individually, which can cause important emails to be overlooked. To avoid this problem, just share your entire Gmail label all at once.
This can be especially useful for sharing your Gmail label with:
- An Assistant
- A boss
- An advisor
- Your lawyer or accountant
- A hiring manager – great for recruiters to share candidates’ emails with a hiring manager
- Your customer service team – great for customer service tickets solved right in Gmail
- Your project team – great for project or case management
It’s really quite easy! Just take a look at the instructs below:
4 Simple Steps to Share Your Gmail Label
In order to use it, it’s quite simple. Below are 4 simple steps to set it up.
Step 1: Installation
Install the Chrome extension.
Step 2: Select Your Gmail Label
Select the Gmail label you want to share by clicking on the 3 dots next to the Gmail Label.
Step 3: Gmail Label Sharing
Select “Share Label.”
Step 4: Share your Gmail Label
Type in the person’s email address and click on “Share Label.”
It’s pretty simple to do for anyone who uses Gmail.
How to Use Gmail Label Sharing
Take a look at one of the following support notes to learn more about this incredibly useful app: