There are many ways to block spams in Gmail, some are more effective than the others
Spam emails can be a nuisance and can clutter up your Gmail inbox. Here are some steps you can take to stop spam emails in Gmail:
- Mark emails as spam: If you receive an email that you believe is spam, mark it as spam by clicking the "Report Spam" button in your Gmail inbox. This will help train Gmail's spam filter to recognize similar emails in the future and automatically filter them to your spam folder.
- Unsubscribe from mailing lists: If you receive unwanted emails from mailing lists, look for an unsubscribe link at the bottom of the email and click it. This will remove you from the mailing list and prevent future emails from being sent to you.
- Use filters: You can set up filters in Gmail to automatically move certain types of emails to your spam folder or to delete them altogether. To create a filter, click the down arrow in the search bar, enter the criteria for the emails you want to filter (such as a specific sender or subject line), and then click "Create filter". From there, you can choose what action you want Gmail to take with these emails.
- Be cautious with your email address: Avoid giving out your email address to websites or services that you don't trust. Spammers can sometimes obtain email addresses through data breaches or by scraping websites for contact information.
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