You may switch between Gmail labels, the inbox, starred mail, your drafts, and, occasionally, the trash, often.
It”s possible to keep track of labels or searches like recent messages from your boss, even if they”ve slipped to your Gmail inbox”s second screen. It”s not tabs exactly, but you can put additional collections next to your Gmail inbox below, above or next to the standard view.
See Multiple Views, Labels and Searches Side by Side in Gmail
To place additional views (for drafts e.g., a label or search results) next to your Gmail inbox:
Select Customize to manage how your multiple inboxes look. Maximum page size lets you put a limit on how many conversations the new pane will display. Extra panels positioning determines where the new windows will appear.
The Multiple Inbox sections area lets you set search terms for each pane you want. Valid search terms include “to:” to include all messages you”ve sent to a specific address, “is:” to pull specific labels you”ve created, and “from:” to sort out all messages you”ve received from a specific person. ThePanel titlewill be a label at the top of the new windows.
Click Save Changes when you”re done. Depending on what you chose by Extra panels positioning, you”ll see your new windows either below, above, or next to the inbox.
“Right of the inbox” creates separate windows, and the other options arrange all of the headings in a single column with the panel titles you chose.
If the Panels Don’t Appear
The tabs at the top of your inbox may stop your extra panels from appearing. Here”s how to fix the issue.
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Under the Categories heading, uncheck all of the boxes except for Primary to turn off the other tabs.