A conversation will break off into a new thread if the subject line of a message is changed, or if the conversation reaches over 100 messages.Replied or forwarded messages from some local (like local Yahoo!An official redesign of the Gmail interface was rolled out on November 1, 2011 that simplified the look and feel of Gmail into a more minimalist design to provide a more consistent look throughout Google products and services as part of an overall design change.Gmail allows users to conduct advanced searches using either the Advanced Search interface or through search operators in the search box.Gmail allows users to create rules (‘filters’) for the automatic organization of incoming mail.Filters are created using the Advanced Search interface using the same criteria as those used for searching.
There are also a large number of advanced search operators.Messages from people who are emailed to or replied to a lot, and messages of the type that are always opened or were recently marked as important or starred, are likely to be marked as important automatically.Also, messages that are sent to a user directly and not through a mailing list, and messages containing certain keywords (password change, transaction details, shipment delivery, ticket confirmation, etc.) are marked as important.The Gmail interface makes Gmail unique amongst webmail systems for several reasons.
Most evident to users are its search-oriented features and means of managing e-mail in a "conversation view" that is similar to an Internet forum.
All emails with a particular category can be seen together through the side menu.