In order to find all the letters from a specific sender in the Gmail interface, you must perform approximately the following sequence of actions (let's say we remember that the address contains the letters ya):
We count the clicks:
1. Enter "ya", click "Search in the mail" - this time
2. To find among all the letters
containing “ya” in the body of the letter - the right one, let's say we were lucky and the letter on the first page
3. Click on the letter, it is two
4. Expand the correspondence, it is three
5. “Show Details” is four
6. Highlight the sender's address and copy it — these are five.
7. Paste the sender's address into the search bar - it's six
8. Click Search Mail - this is seven.
I offer a one-click solution:
- type "ya" and click on the pop-up promise
: as it turned out, Google has already implemented the
feature proposed by me, but attributed it to the experimental functions. To enable auto search by contacts - you need to enable auto-complete search in google labs
Why it is not enabled by default is a mystery to me. I already started to hate them quietly.
Thank you sultee
for the hint.