The world's most widely used email service is unquestionably Gmail. If your employment incorporates email in any way, Gmail is likely at the core of your online existence as the majority of well-known apps and websites allow you to create websites using just your Gmail account.
This is why realising that you aren't getting emails anymore can be incredibly frustrating. Fortunately, all of the problems that can prevent you from getting emails can be resolved.
If you discover that you aren't receiving emails any longer, follow these steps.
Many of us are guilty of keeping unnecessary communications and files. You run the danger of running out of storage if your inbox is overflowing with outdated emails.
To help you save space, go through your email and delete any huge files from your account or Google Drive. You can also upgrade your storage plan if you need additional room to preserve your emails.
Emails are automatically filtered into your various folders in Gmail. This implies that there's a possibility Gmail flagged an email from a fresh sender as spam if you're awaiting it.
By clicking or touching Spam on the left sidebar of Gmail, you may access your spam folder. If you locate the email you're seeking for there, open it and choose either Move to inbox or Report as not spam.
As an alternative, look through the All Mail folder, which holds each email you get, regardless of folder.
You might want to look in your trash folder as well. There is always a risk that you unintentionally erased the email you're looking for.
Make sure that no filter is unintentionally blocking your emails if you notice that a lot of critical emails are being filtered into other folders.