Email marketing is one of the most cost-effective ways to reach your target audience. And with so many new email services popping up daily, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to stand out from the crowd. One way you can do this is by flagging your emails. Flagging an email means that you’ve identified an issue and would like the sender to address it before it goes out to your entire list. This can prevent potential damage to your reputation and lost leads and sales. So if you want to test the waters with email marketing, ensure you know how to flag an email.
What is flagging an email?
Email flags are a way to notify your email client that you want to keep track of an email for later reference. When you flag an email, it will be added to your “inbox” or “outbox” folder, depending on how you have configured your email client.
Typically, when you flag an email, it will be saved for future review or action. For example, if you send an essential notification to a group of people and want to ensure that everyone receives the message, flagging the email will ensure that all recipients receive the information.
If you need to remove an email from your flagged emails list, un-flag it!
How to flag an email?
If you want to flag an email for follow-up or further review, there are a few ways to do so:
1. Drag and Drop the Email into a Mailbox
2. Go to the “flag message “dropdown on the right side of your mailbox
3. Click on the “Flag as Inappropriate “link
If you choose to flag an email using one of the above methods, it will be added to your “In Progress” list in your inbox. From there, you can decide what action to take with it. For example, you might add it to your follow-up list or flag it for further review by a colleague.
What happens after Flagging an email?
When you flag an email, you tell Gmail that you want to take action. This might mean marking it as necessary, responding to it right away, or forwarding it to someone else.
Flagging an email means marking it as necessary so that you or someone else will be alerted when it is opened. This can be helpful if you need to follow up with someone on a previous conversation or want to make sure they know something important. To flag, click the “flagged” icon in the bottom right corner of the email notification box. You can also flag emails using your inbox’s search function.
Also Read: What is Outbox in Email
Emma Robinson is a self-proclaimed "tech geek" who loves nothing more than to stay up-to-date on the latest and greatest in the tech world. Emma's love of all things tech began at a young age when she would take apart her family's computers just to see how they worked.