In this article show you how to easily check your spam folder in Gmail
Ever wonder why you’re not receiving emails that others say they’ve sent to you? Most Gmail users pay no attention to their Spam folders.
The Spam folder can be a useful tool, furthermore, after an email has been sent to the ‘Spam‘ folder once, Gmail may permanently flag all subsequent email from the same sender as “spam”.
But, knowing how to find your Gmail spam folder, how to delete it, and how to retrieve incorrectly labeled emails is very important. Because those unwanted messages automatically delete after 30 days. Therefore it’s a good idea to periodically check the folder and stop those emails from going to your Spam folder. Here’s how to find and use your Gmail Spam folder on desktop or mobile.
How to Check Junk Mail on Gmail on Windows or Mac
Open Gmail in your browser. Select the “Spam” folder.
You will find your Gmail spam folder in your menu list on the top left-hand side. You may not see it at first, especially if you have lots of different folders set up in your Gmail account. Click on ‘More’ to reveal additional headings, including ‘Spam’.
Click on the ‘Spam’ folder and you will see all the emails that Gmail has identified as spam.
How to find your Gmail spam folder on Phone
Finding your spam folder in the Gmail app for either Android or iOS is very easy. Opening your Spam folder requires only two taps:
Tap the three horizontal lines at the top left. Scroll down that list, and you’ll eventually see the Spam folder. If you click on that folder, you’ll find all emails that have tripped the spam filter somehow and ended up there.