Technology Gmail seemingly just removed the button that lets you triage loads of emails at once
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If you’re not the inbox zero type — and I’m definitely not — you might sometimes rely on Gmail’s “Select all conversations that match this search” option to read, archive, or delete hundreds or thousands of messages at once.
Except we can’t do that anymore, and neither can a number of angry Gmail users we’ve spotted. The option has up and disappeared.
Hey, how come there's no longer an option to "Select all conversations" to mark thousands as read at once?
Gmail outage is causing errors for users around the world
Can’t send something on Gmail? If so then you’re in good company, ever since about midnight ET, people have been complaining about issues connecting to many of the G suite services, but especially Gmail. The Google apps status page just updated to confirm they’ve received reports of an issue, and a quick look at Twitter or on DownDetector shows thousands of reports over the last hour or so. I’ve been able to send emails, but trying to attach a file shows a slow upload process that, if it completes, eventually leads to an error message saying that I need to check my network. It’s the same thing many others are experiencing, but at least it’s working a little.
I'm typing "is: unread" + selecting the "All" check box, but instead of "Select all conversations" at the top of my screen, it says "No results found"...?— Laura McQuillan (@mcquillanator)
incredible that the "Select all conversations that match this search" option has been removed from— rick tait (@rickt) . what on earth are they thinking??? actions can now be performed only on the max # of messages per page. insane! please fix ASAP
Instead, we’re seeing a nav bar with a handful of shortcut buttons when we search, like this:
Google didn’t reply to our requests for comment, so we’re not yet sure if we’re looking at an official new UI overhaul for Gmail, a quick experiment, or perhaps even a bug.has so far gone unanswered.
Gmail and Google Drive crashes for thousands of users around the world
It appears the outage is a global one, with a large concentration of issues centered in Europe and Australia. Outage tracker site DownDetector picked up problems 7:24am BST. Of all the reported problems, the majority (61 per cent) were with attaching items to an email. © Provided by Daily Mail It appears the outage is a global one, with a large concentration of issues centered in Europe and Australia. Outage tracker site DownDetector picked up problems 7:24am BST © Provided by Daily Mail Thousands of Google users are reporting issues connection to Gmail and Google Drive.
It does seem that Google’s own Gmail support team was unaware of a change; on at least a couple occasions,that no longer work.
Got it. Lets try these steps to mark all emails as read in Gmail: Go to— Gmail (@gmail) on your Computer> Search for messages> Select all> Select all conversations that match this search> Mark as read. Keep us posted.
It doesn’t help at all, because the select all conversations option isn’t showing up. As my initial tweet indicates, I’ve done this before. I’m now unable.— Brant Barton (@brrrant_b)
For now, if you want to read, archive, or delete more than a page worth of conversations at a time, you may need to use a filter instead, using the “Also apply filter to matching conversations” button, and then delete the filter after the fact.
I just gave it a try with some newsletters, and it still seems to work. It’s just a hassle.
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