Gmail search results will now include email addresses

The Gmail search bar is already a powerful tool, especially when using advanced filters, and will now display related email aliases in the results.

With the new change, searching will be easier

An email alias is simply an “alternate email address,” which is often used for: official name changes, preferred names, and as a result of rebranding companies, acquisitions, or subsidiaries. The results are drawn from the from, cc and bcc lines, as well as from the body of the message, if they appear in it and in any part of it. Google explains that this feature will allow users not to have to keep a current list of email changes. This new feature does not affect Labels.

With this change, the search will be easier, and the results more comprehensive, because users will not have to remember all the pseudonyms that someone has and perform multiple searches for each of them.

However, users will still be able to search for accurate accounts using quotes around the address in question. Email aliases in Gmail search are arranged in the following Workspace levels:

Google Workspace Essentials, Business Starter, Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Essentials, Enterprise Standard i Enterprise Plus, kao i G Suite Basic, Business, Education, Enterprise for Education i Nonprofits klijente.

Source: 9to5google

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