Google will eventually synchronize all of its services and Google+ as we all know will soon roll-out for public use. Currently, invites for beta testers are being sent in Gmail Accounts and once it goes full mode, expect lots of notifications.
If you are looking for an easy folder management in Gmail just like what you can do in your Yahoo Mail folders; here’s how. =)
1. Log in to your Gmail and Go to the upper right side ->Mail Settings
2. Click Filters Tab and Create a new filter. Using filters, you can configure Gmail to sort and automatically placed your incoming mail by sender, subject or other criteria to your custom folders — out of the Inbox.
3. I want to filter mails with the word “Google+”. Click Next Step
4. Make sure you checked the “Skip the Inbox” and “Appy the Label“. In the dropdown menu, choose New Label and type your desired (Folder) label. Click create.
You can check Also apply filter to conversations below to move existing messages matching your criteria to the folder. Finally, click Create Filter
That’s all! You will notice that a new Label (folder) will show up in your list along with the Inbox, Starred, Drafts, Sent etc.