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How to Filter OnCall Health Emails Using Gmail

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Dennis Myl
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Are you looking to keep all of your emails from OnCall Health in one place? Follow the steps below to set up an automatic email filter in your Gmail inbox. This article will highlight how you may want to create a filter for any form completion emails so you can keep tabs on them in a single folder in your inbox.

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To get started, click the dropdown arrow on the right side of the search bar at the top of your Gmail inbox. 



To filter emails regarding forms, fill out the dropdown box with the "From" field and the "Subject" field as follows: 


Click "Create filter" at the bottom right of the above box. You will be taken to a menu of options regarding where to send the filtered emails. 

Existing Folder: To send the emails to an existing folder, check the box "Apply the label" and choose the correct folder name (i.e. 'Forms'). 

New Folder: If you would like to create a new folder, click "New label..." and you will be prompted to name the folder. 

Skip Inbox: To have the emails skip your inbox and go directly into a folder, check "Skip the Inbox (Archive It)" as well. 



Please noteif you select "Skip the Inbox", you will not see the email in your main inbox and will have to check the folder to see new emails. 

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