It’s very hard to handle your gmail emails,when you use your one gmail email address for both office and personal use.But Gmail has a really useful feature that some people know about — aliases. With aliases you no need to create a completely different account within gmail,you can create aliases email address instead.In short,aliase is modified version of your true email address that Gmail uses as a parameter in filters.

For example, your email address is When you sign up for a website, newsletter, forum or anything else, you’d probably type that as your email and be done with it. But here’s where the alias comes

In Gmail, you can add a plus sign (‘+’) after your email identifier and any string of characters – and Gmail will still identify it as your own. For example, if someone sent an email to, it’d still come in your inbox. would work as your email, too.Everything after the plus sign is the alias.Using alias you can easily stop spam in Gmail.

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How To Use A Gmail Alias

  1. Login to your Gmail account.gmail_login
  2. Click the gear icon and select Settings.click_settings
  3. Click Filters and Blocked Addresses.click_filters_blocked_addresses
  4. Select Create a new filter.click_create_a-new_filter
  5. In the To field, add your alias. In this case, it’s You can use whatever you’d like, just make sure the alias goes first, then a plus sign, and then
  6. Click on Create filter with this search.click_create_filter_with_this_search
  7. Check the box next to Skip the Inbox (Archive it) and decide what you’d like to do with it.ou can add a label and move it to a folder, send a canned response, or mark it as read and archive it.skip_the_inbox_delete_it
  8. Click the Create filter to use aliases and filters to avoid spam in gmail

You can take look of video for how to use aliases and filters to avoid spam in gmail:

By Sameer

I'm Sameer Bille, a blogger from Mumbai, India. I started MuchTech as a passion.Here at Much Tech I write about Tech Tips,Tricks and how to guide.

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