How to Delete One Email in a Thread Gmail

How to Delete One Email From a Thread Gmail Open the conversation that contains the message you want to delete. Expand the desired message if you cannot yet see it. Select the down (More) arrow next to the Reply button in the message's title bar. ... Select Delete this message from the menu that appears.

Gmail’s conversation view feature is very useful as it combines all your back-and-forth email to one group, making it easier to trace back your conversation or find emails related to a specific person. However, sometimes there can be a small problem when a conversation involves multiple people or an email that is not related to the topic. In such cases, it is possible to delete that email individually.

To delete one email within a conversation thread, open the email in question and click on the dropdown menu. From there, select “Delete this message” and the email will be removed from the thread. This feature is particularly helpful when you need to sort out your information or check your email later.

If you accidentally delete an email, you can always go back to your trash folder and restore it. Additionally, if you don’t like conversation view, you can turn it off in the settings. Go to “General” and find the conversation view option, then turn it off and click “Save changes.”

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How do I delete individual emails from a thread?
Open conversation.Select individual message within that conversation.Within that message, click on down arrow in the upper right corner of the window for drop down menu of more tasks.Select "Delete this message"
How do I delete individual messages in a thread in Gmail app?
Open the Gmail app . Open the message. (If you want to stay in your inbox, tap the letter or photo next to the message). Tap Delete .