How to Forward Gmail Email Using Filters

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You’ll be pleased to know that sending explicit messages via Gmail is possible. We’ll show you how to advance explicit messages in Gmail. Before we begin, please note that this is only web-based. You can’t do it through your Android app because the feature isn’t available there.

Remember that you can only send advance directives for a single Gmail address, not a collection of emails or a fictitious name. One reason to auto-advance some messages is to group them together to work in specific inboxes. It’s doable, whatever you say. We will carefully guide you and provide screenshots to help you set this up. So let’s start here.

  • Create a Gmail auto-forwarding filter
  • How to disable forwarding
  • How to remove a filter

Create a Gmail auto-forwarding filter

Set up a Gmail filter that forwards emails to another address:

  • Go to Settings.
  • Select Details.
  • Click on Filters and Blocked Address.
  • Select Add a filter.
  • Select the email you want to forward. After that, click Create Filter.
  • To add a forwarding address, select Add forwarding address (if you don’t have one) or select one from the menu.
  • Check the Forward To box and select the address from the drop-down list.
  • Choosy Create Filter Email that meets the criteria will be forwarded here.

How to disable forwarding

Disable forwarding in Gmail if you no longer want messages forwarded.

  • Click the gear in the top right of Gmail.
  • From the dropdown list, select View all.
  • Select the POP/IMAP tab.
  • In the Forwarding section, select Off.
  • Click Save.

How to remove a filter

If you have multiple email forwarding filters and want to remove one, delete it.

  • Click the gear in the top right.
  • From the dropdown list, select View all.
  • Select Filters and Blocked IP.
  • Select Edit to change a filter’s parameters or Delete to remove it.
  • Then select OK.

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