How to Unarchive Gmail: 3 Ways to Unarchive Your Mail from Different Devices

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Jun 24, 2020 11:00 AM

Archiving your mail can be a great thing in order to make your inbox looks neater. Archiving your mail can also be helpful because the mail that is being archived still can be retrieved just in case you need it. You also still have the time for a month to unarchive and retrieve your archived mail before it got deleted permanently. 

In this article, Tripboba will give some tips on how to unarchive an email in Gmail that can be done in three different ways, namely through the desktop website, an Android device, and an iPhone device. Keep reading this article to find out the way to unarchive and retrieve your mail.

1. How to Unarchive Gmail on the Desktop Website

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If you are currently using your PC or laptop, you can refer to this tutorial. Here, Tripboba will show you how to unarchive an email in Gmail through the desktop website, step by step. The steps are presented as follows.

Step 1.
Open your Gmail account through a PC or laptop. On the search bar of the search engine, type mail.google.com.

Step 2.
Fill in your email address and password on the box. After you’re signed in, you can continue to the next step on how to unarchive Gmail messages. 

Step 3.
Click the All Mail menu on the left side of your Gmail page. If you can’t find the menu, click the More menu, and scroll down. 

Step 4.
After you open the All Mail menu, choose which mail that you want to unarchive by checking the box in front of the sender’s name, right-click it then choose the Move to Inbox option.

Step 5.
Your message is successfully unarchived and moved to your inbox!

2. How to Unarchive Gmail on Android Devices

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In this second tutorial, Tripboba will show you how to unarchive Gmail messages through an Android device. Here are the steps that you can follow to successfully unarchive your mail through your Android device.

Step 1.
Open the Gmail application on your Android device. Make sure that you've already signed in, if not, fill in your email address and password.

Step 2.
After you’re signed in, click the menu icon which is in a form of three strips that is located in the upper left corner of the screen.

Step 3.
Scroll down until you find the All mail menu, then click it to open.

Step 4.
Choose the message that you want to unarchive and open it.

Step 5.
Tap the three dots on the upper right corner of your screen, then choose the Move to Inbox option. And your message is unarchived!

3. How to Unarchive Gmail on iPhone Devices

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You can also definitely unarchive your Gmail messages through an iPhone device. For the third tutorial, Tripboba will show you how to unarchive Gmail messages that you have on your iPhone. You can follow these easy instructions down below.

Step 1.
Go to the Gmail application in your iPhone device. Make sure that you’re signed in to your email. If you haven’t signed in, then you must sign in first by filling in your email address and password.

Step 2.
After you’re signed in, you need to go to the All mail menu that can be accessed through the menu option that is located on the top left corner of your screen. The menu icon is in the form of three strips.

Step 3.
Scroll down until you find the All mail menu. After you find the All Mail menu, click it to open and choose the mail that you want to unarchive.

Step 4.
Open the mail that you want to unarchive, then click the three dots located in the top right corner of your screen.

Step 5.
After you click the three dots, choose the Move to Inbox option. Your mail is successfully unarchived and moved to your inbox!

Those are all the easy and simple steps that you can follow on how to unarchive Gmail messages through three different ways, namely through the desktop website, Android, and iPhone devices.

On whatever devices or gadgets you will unarchive your Gmail messages, Tripboba hopes that the steps above can help you unarchive your mail successfully. Happy trying!

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