There are advantages of showing 100 conversations per page in your Gmail mailbox if you receive a lot of emails each day. Heavy Gmail users may receive something like 30 to 50 emails a day and these can quickly fill up your first page. If you are receiving a lot of emails and your mailbox is set to show the default 20 emails per page, then you will need to go to the next successive pages to view all your new emails. If you are like most people, then you are likely to check the first page only for any new messages, and any new messages in the next pages will be overlooked and missed. To prevent this, you should set your mailbox to show 100 emails per page, so that you can browse all your new messages from the top to bottom.
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How to Show 100 emails per page in Gmail mailbox
The default number of messages that you can see when you log into your Gmail account is 20 results per page.However, Gmail allows you to show more than 20 messages per page. You can configure your Gmail inbox to show up to 100 results per page. The minimum number of emails that you can show on the first page of your Gmail inbox is 10 emails per page.
Setting your mailbox to more than 20 messages per page is also advisable if you do not log into your Gmail account on a daily basis. For example, if you check your mail once or twice a week, then some new messages will accumulate in your inbox. To view all your unread emails for the past days, then you must set your inbox to show more than 20 messages per page i.e. 50 or 100 emails per page. This will allow you to scan all your new emails at once without going to the next page or missing any unread message.
Configuring your Gmail account to show more than 20 visible messages per page is also recommended if you are going for a long vacation. When you come back from a long one-week or one-month vacation, you should be able to view as much of the accumulated emails on the first page as possible.
One disadvantage of viewing 100 emails per page is that all your mail may take a long time to load especially if you have a slow internet connection. To access your mail as quickly as possible, you might need to view as few messages per page as possible i.e. setting your mailbox to show 10 or 20 messages per page. A few results per page should load quickly but you will have a lot of successive pages to navigate to. If you have 50 new messages and your inbox is showing only 10 messages per page, then you will be required to click the NEXT link four times!
Showing 10 or 20 messages per page also allows you to view your unread mail without scrolling down to the bottom. You are able to see your new messages in a compact browser view.
To set Gmail to show more than 20 emails per page in your inbox, you must do the following:
Step 2 – Click the Gears icon.
Step 3 – Go to Settings on the drop-down menu.
Step 4 – You should now see the Settings Page.
Step 6 – Under “Maximum Page Size”, you should see the settings for:
– [The number of conversations per page]
– [The number of contacts per page]
Step 7 – Choose the number of conversations to show per page from the drop-down list. You have 10 to 100 messages to show per page.
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