Easily find among all your emails
Gmail has a recognized cruel search feature which is of course based on Google’s search engine. The easiest way to search is to enter your keyword in the Search in e-mail field, at the top of the page in eg Inbox, Sent or Trash. Gmail searches insanely fast for messages, attachments and more. You can use email address, date, size or other keywords to find what you are looking for.
You can also use search operators, ie words or symbols to help you filter your search results in Gmail. By combining operators, you get an even more accurate search filtering. Some examples: key in in: anywhere before your keyword, Google searches through all the nooks and crannies of Gmail, including Trash and spam filters. If you want to find all emails from June, write after: 2019/06/01 before: 2019/07/01. If you are looking for a word file, type filename: doc and if you have a faint idea that the file was named something with “quarter”, you can type filename: quarter. More search operators can be found on Google’s support page.