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Thursday, October 6, 2016

How to report spam email.

Google email prevents most spam from reaching your Gmail inbox, but if an unwanted email message does make it through, you can report the email as spam. The more spam you mark, the better Google email will get at weeding out those types of emails.
When you report the email as spam, Gmail will look into the reported email to investigate the issue. 

Computer
If you see spam in your Gmail inbox:
  1. Select the email you'd like to report.
  2. Click the spam button in the toolbar above your message list.
    (If you have the email open, you can also report it as spam by clicking the same button.)
Android 4.0+
  1. Open the email, or touch and hold the message while viewing your inbox.
  2. Click the menu ( or your device's menu button).
  3. Click to Report spam button.

“How to View spam”

To see the messages in Gmail inbox has marked as spam, click the menu and select Spam.
If you find a email that shouldn't have been marked as spam, open the email and touch the menu ( or your device's menu button) and select Report not spam.
Android 2.2-2.3
You can report spam following either of the steps below:
  • While reading the conversation's emails, click Menu > More > Report spam button.
  • Check one or a batch of conversations in your Gmail inbox or other conversation list, touch Menu > Report spam.
When you report a Gmail conversation as spam, the conversation and all its email are removed from your Gmail Inbox. You can view the email you’ve marked as spam by viewing email with the Spam label.
iOS
  1. Check the box next to the emails, or open the Gmail message.
  2. At the top-right corner, touch the down arrow.
  3. Touch Report spam button.         
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How to clear Google Drive space & increase storage

Google Drive storage limit is shared across Google Drive, Google email account, and Google Photos. Know what takes up your Google Drive storage space.Contact us 866-324-3042 for third party Gmail customer service phone number usa

What uses your storage space?

Google Drive, Gmail, Google Photos take up space
  • “Google Drive”: Most files in “Google Drive," including PDFs, photos, videos, and items in your Trash. Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Forms do not use your storage. Learn how to empty your trash folder.
  • “Gmail”: E-Mails and attachments, including items in Spam and Trash folders.
  • “Google Photos”: Photos and videos stored using the "Original" size. (You can change the size so photos and videos don't use more storage. Learn more about photo storage.)
Note: Some applications may store "hidden data" in Google Drive. To view how much data is used:
  1. Go to through the link drive.google.com.
  2. Click Settings tab.
  3. Click Manage Apps tab.
If there is any hidden app data, the data will appear under the app description. To delete this data, click Options   Delete hidden app data.
These items don't take up space
  • Google - Drive: Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, and files in "Shared with me." Note: Files only occupies space in the owner's Google Drive.
  • Google Photos: Photos and videos stored using the "High Quality" size. Learn how to change the size in Settings.
Do you know the Storage differences in Google Drive?
When you use Google Drive for your PC, you may notice that different items take up a different amount of space than they do at drive.google.com.
  • Items in your Trash take up space in Google Drive, but are not synced to your pc.
  • Shared items will take up space on your PC, but not Google Drive.
  • Items that are included in multiple folders will be synced multiple times to your systems taking up more space.
  • If you're only syncing some folders to your PC, the storage on your computer will be less than what is shown on Google Drive.
  • Your computer may show a slightly different file size than drive.google.com because of Mac or PC requirements.

How to Get more storage space

To get more space, Google recommend deleting large data items or buying more storage.

OPTION 1: Clear Google Drive space

Clear space in Google Drive, Gmail, and Google Photos to make room for new items. Here are the procedure to to do that.
Google Drive
Clear space in Google Drive by deleting large and unnecessary data files that you don't need. To sort your files by file size:
  1. Use can use a pc to see your files listed from largest to smallest.
  2. Put files you don't want in your trash, then permanently delete them. Learn how to delete files.
  3. Within 24 hours, the items you deleted will reflect in the increased space in your Google Drive account and you get the more storage space.
Gmail

Step 1: Find large email to delete

Step 2: Send messages to Trash

Click the checkbox next to emails you want to delete, then click Trash folder
You can also open emails individually and delete them.

Step 3: Permanently delete items in your Trash

  1. Hover over the list on the left side of your Google email (where "Sent Mail" and "Drafts" are listed).
  2. At the bottom of the list, press more (you might need to scroll down).
  3. Click at the Trash folder.
  4. Carefully review your messages. To move a message you don't want to delete, select the message and click Move to.
    • Delete emails individually: Select the emails, then click Delete forever.
    • Delete all messages: Click Empty Trash now.
Keep in mind that:
  • If you delete a emails that's in the Trash, you won't be able to restore it again.
  • Emails that are in the Trash will be automatically deleted after 30 days. They can't be restored again.
Google Photos
If you store photos and videos using the "Original" size, you can delete unwanted or accidental images and videos to clear up more space. Keep in mind that "High quality" photos don't take up storage space.