Gmail Conversation View: best features you need to know

What Is Gmail Conversation View? Gmail is one of the best free services offered by Google. It is an e-mail service that allows you to access your email, secure messaging, and file storage. You can access your Gmail on the web, Android, and iOS devices.

If you also use Gmail for your e-mails, you should know some of its features. One of these features is Gmail Conversation View. When it is on messages will be grouped. When it is off messages won’t be grouped

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If You Want to active or inactive this feature , We will teach you how to do it .

Gmail (Conversation View) is a feature for grouping emails of the same topic . in this feature, an email and all the responses given to it are placed in a single section so that the user can access to all of them at once.

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HOW TO ACTIVE Gmail Conversation View

  • Go to Gmail
  • Enter username and Password
  • Click on setting
  • Click on All Setting
  • Find Conversation View on General Tab
Conversation View
  • Turn It ON or OFF
  • Click on Save Changes
  • DONE.


When people reply to an email, Gmail organizes the responses into conversations, with the most recent email at the bottom.

Change conversation settings for your Google account

  1. Open Gmail Application  gmail conversation app
  2. Click on Menu icon Menu
  3. Tap on setting at the end of setting list
  4. choose your email address
  5. Check or uncheck Conversation view
  6. DONE

Change conversation settings for all your IMAP/POP accounts

  1. Open the Gmail app
  2. In the top left, tap Menu Menu
  3. click on Settings
  4. Tap General settings
  5. Check or uncheck Conversation view
  6. DONE


  1. Open the Gmail app 
  2. In the top left, tap Menu Menu
  3. Click on Settings
  4. Click on your account address
  5. Turn Conversation view on or off
  6. Done



Most frequent questions and answers
  • The same recipients, senders, or subject as a previous message
  • A reference header with the same IDs as a previous message
  • Sent within one week of a previous message
  • Create a new subject for each message that you don’t want to group.
  • Send each message with a unique reference header value that doesn’t match a previous message.  

 Emails are grouped when your conversation view setting is turned on.

If you manage a system that sends automated email notifications to a group of people, Gmail might automatically group them into the same conversation. 

If you still have questions, you can ask us in the comments section .

Conclusion :

Using this feature can helps you easily find conversation email types and don’t need to search for all emails and answers. Using this feature completely depends on your personal opinion.

We use this feature all the time unless we want to see all the emails one by one.

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Last modified: September 8, 2023

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